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Wood Sorrel.  This edible plant has a natural sweet taste and is delicious on salads, in soups, or just alone.  Typically grows in shade/ slightly damp areas, like around tree stumps etc.  I remember eating these at 4-H camp!

This edible plant has a natural sweet taste and is delicious on salads, in soups, or just alone. Typically grows in shade/ slightly damp areas, like around tree stumps etc. I remember eating these at camp!

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10 Plants You Need To Grow If You're Suffering From Depression, Stress, Or Anxiety

Grow a GOOD-MOOD Garden: St. John's Wort - The most famous herbal antidepressant, St. John’s wort contains compounds similar to those found in Prozac (Turmeric is also an excellent anti-depressant).

Lowbush blueberry and lingonberry prefer full sun but tolerate shade. Both plants are wonderful for edging beds and walkways, where their charms can be appreciated up close by passersby. They are also perfect for covering up the feet of acid-loving shrubs such as azaleas (Rhododendron spp. and cvs., Zones 4–11) and mountain laurels (Kalmia spp. and cvs., Zones 2–7).

Edible Evergreen Shrub: Lingonberries are a low-growing evergreen bush that might look good in the front yard.

buffalo berry plants

Silver-accented foliage and versatile fruit for year-round interest.

Foraging with the Foraged Foodie: Common edible plants of early spring. Chickweed, sorrel, trout lily, cleavers and more!

Foraging with the Foraged Foodie: Common edible plants of early spring. Chickweed, sorrel, trout lily, cleavers and more!

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