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Herbaceous perennial, pan temperate. Pretty white and yellow flowers on a midsized bush make this a garden favorite. Traditional use (TWM): Antiinflammatory, migraine. This organic, open-pollinated strain is being selected for single flowers (not variegated or frilly). Light dependent germinator. Press seeds into soil surface and keep evenly moist until germination, which is rapid. After seedlings attain their second set of true leaves, prick out into pots and grow on until the plants are large

Herbaceous perennial, pan temperate. Pretty white and yellow flowers on a midsized bush make this a garden favorite. Traditional use (TWM): Antiinflammatory, migraine. This organic, open-pollinated strain is being selected for single flowers (not variegated or frilly). Light dependent germinator. Press seeds into soil surface and keep evenly moist until germination, which is rapid. After seedlings attain their second set of true leaves, prick out into pots and grow on until the plants are…

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40+ Wild Plants You Can Make into Flour: Flour made from wild plants existed long before agriculture, and many of them have a lot more flavor and nutrition than store-bought flour. #homemade #flour #foraging #plants

40+ Wild Plants You Can Make into Flour: Flour made from wild plants existed long before agriculture, and many of them have a lot more flavor and nutrition than store-bought flour. #homemade #flour #foraging #plants

Staghorn sumac is everywhere in the east, and while it's tastiest in the summer, you can forage it year round. Have you seen the bright red clusters along the side of the highway this winter? They're still pretty tasty, just waiting for a hungry forager.⁣ ⁣ If you don't know about it, you're missing out!It's the best "lemonade" you can forage in the Northeast and a great source of vitamin C year round.⁣ ⁣ https://practicalselfreliance.com/staghorn-sumac/⁣ ⁣ #foraging #survival #wildfood #...

Staghorn sumac (Rhus typhina) grows just about anywhere and everywhere all across the eastern part of the United States. All it needs is an abandoned field, highway median or roadside ditch and it's happy as

10 Wild Nuts to Forage in the Fall: Fall Foraging for Beginners - If you're wondering what to forage in the fall, nut foraging is a great way to start. From foraging acorns to black walnuts, come learn about the top 10 wild nuts that can easily be foraged during fall. Each of these edible wild plants is easy to identify for beginners.

10 Wild Nuts to Forage in the Fall: Fall Foraging for Beginners - If you're wondering what to forage in the fall, nut foraging is a great way to start. From foraging acorns to black walnuts, come learn about the top 10 wild nuts that can easily be foraged during fall. Each of these edible wild plants is easy to identify for beginners.

Want to start foraging but not sure where to start? Begin with these 8 easy to identify plants. Photos and descriptions, plus uses! Collect herbs and medicinal plants that can be found in the wild or even in your own backyard.

How to start foraging for wild herbs, beginning with these 8 easy to identify plants. Collecting herbs and medicinal plants that can be found in the wild or even in your own backyard.

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Nettles have a long history of use for food, medicine, fiber and more. We’ll introduce you to this natural green wonder and its many benefits.

Nettles have a long history of use for food, medicine, fiber and more. We’ll introduce you to this natural green wonder and its many benefits.

Book Review: Foraging & Feasting – A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook

By Paris Wolfe, Blogmaster, The Herb Society of America I love a good garage sale. So it only makes sense that I’d like foraging. It’s like garage sale meets farmers market. But it’s organic and fr…

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Scientific Name(s): Opuntia engelmannii var. linguiformis Abundance: uncommon What: pads, flowers, fruit How: peeled pads can be pickled, fried, made into jerky; fruit can be raw or blended into a smoothy/icee drink; juice from strained fruit can be drunk, made into ice cream, mixed drinks, preserves. Where: sunny fields, landscaping When: fruit in fall, pads-all year though younger pads taste better. Nutritional Value: vitamin C, some minerals Dangers: burn or scrap off the tiny needles…