Explore Wild Edibles, North America, and more!

Explore related topics

Sweet White Clover - Aromatic. Steam a potato with this plant (wrapped in foil or in a steamer) - the smell and taste is heavenly, kind of like clove, cinnamon and herby in the same time.

per pinner: Sweet White Clover - Aromatic. Steam a potato with this plant (wrapped in foil or in a steamer) - the smell and taste is heavenly, kind of like clove, cinnamon and herby in the same time.

Redbud Trees [Cercis canadensis] - Edible flowers and young seed pods.  Flowers contain vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Flowers are eaten raw, cooked, or made into preserves. Seed pods are best eaten within first few weeks of appearing, and can be cooked like pea pods (such as in stir fries). Texana and Mexicana variations particularly good for South Texas area.

Redbud Trees [Cercis canadensis] - Edible flowers (raw, cooked, preserved) and young seed pods (cooked). Flowers contain vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Seed pods best eaten within first few weeks of appearing.

Pineapple Weeds. The buds taste like...Pineapple :)

Wild "Pineapple Weed" Chamomile ~ heals bonds or issues between mother and child, helps us maintain a calm awareness of ourselves and our surroundings so that we can remain free from injury and risk, promotes harmony between humans and mother earth.

wild cress

Cuckoo flower or Wild Cress, Cardamine pratensis. GOOD WEED, easy to control by hand pulling. Edible "weed" with a peppery flavor.

Hawkweed1

Scientific name(s): Crepis japonica and Youngia japonica Abundance: plentiful What: young leaves and shoots, roots How: raw or coo.

Purple dead nettles are one of the first wild foods of the season. (Lamium purpureum, Lamiaceae)

Purple Dead Nettle (Lamium purpureum) - a wild edible which is a common "weed' all throughout North America.

52 #Wild Plants You Can Eat! http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/08/03/52-wild-plants-you-can-eat/

Fantastic post with excellent photos of edible food that grows wild. Foraging: 52 Wild Plants You Can Eat

Wild Edibles: How to Use Lambsquarter From Root to Seed – Real Food – MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Wild Edibles: How to Use Lambsquarter From Root to Seed – Real Food

Lambsquarter is one wildly misunderstood weed. Learn about all the nutritious and medicinal benefits of this plant from root to seed and get recipes for lambsquarter salad, quiche, soap, and more.

Pinterest
Search