St Cyrus’ Edible Trail
St Cyrus’ Edible Trail is an enjoyable walk linking the National Nature Reserve with the village, on which local people and visitors can pick and try edible plants and medicinal herbs.
This trail is part of a network of three edible trails across South Aberdeenshire. You can find the other trails in Inverbervie and Portlethen, both of which can be reached by bus from St Cyrus.
The plants on the Nature Reserve are protected, please enjoy them growing and do not pick them.
Eat only what you can identify positively, avoid plants low to the ground where there is a risk of pollution or dog fouling.
The leaflet is for guidance only and no responsibility can be accepted for any occurrence from your own actions.
News about St. Cyrus Edible Trail
An edible trail is what it sounds like – a trail through a community full of plants that produce an array of fresh food each year. This can include fruit trees, berry bushes, salad boxes, herbs and wild foods. It provides an opportunity for people to have an enjoyable walk whilst learning about and trying
This Wednesday the 7th of March there will be an action day in the community garden. From 11am until 3pm
The location is at the St Cyrus Community Garden and the Old Railway Line Walk. Wednesday 11th April 11-2. Plants donated from the Tangleha nursery include chives, sage and various fruit bushes. Thanks to Milltown Community for their bulbs and sedum donations and Grow Wild for their wild seed packets. Here is a picture from