A hedgerow harvest; sloes picked from the countryside hedgerows are most famed for making delicious sloe gin. However what to do with those gin soaked berries once all the gin has gone? You can make the spent sloes into a delicious fruit cake or even sloe chocolate! Gather more sloes each year to progress the supply of gin and spent sloes for cooking. You can also use the decorative berry branches for simple natural arrangements in the home or fashion an hedgerow wreath, combining sloes with brilliant red rosehips, blackberries and viburnum or ivy.