Forage for Crab Apples in January and use them to make delicious desserts, such as crumbles, tarts and they even make great toffee apples.
Most hazelnuts are at their ripest in autumn, but can still be good during winter, if the squirrels haven’t got there first.
Read our expert guide on how to identify hazel trees here.
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- Blackberry guide: where to find, how to cook and recipe ideas
Arguably, blackberries are Britain’s most foraged fruit. It can still be found in abundance throughout winter. Use them in a delicious winter crumble or pie.
Read our expert guide on blackberries here.
Main image: Blackberry bush/Credit: Getty Images
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