I first found out about Plants for a Future (PFAF) back in the early 90s, when I was part of an assembly of workers and housing co-operatives called Radical Routes. Back then PFAF’s database of useful, edible and medicinal plants was just starting out, and was on paper, but was already immensely impressive. Now, it’s mind-boggling.
Even if you only have a postage stamp of a garden, or just a windowsill, or have never gardened in your life, take a look. It’s awesome.