Hundszahn im Wald

Hundszahn im Wald

Indian Cucumber Root. Doesn't always have the to tiers. The small white tuberous root is crunch and slightly tangy. There's a look alike plant, the Starflower, that is net-veined instead of parallel veined and is not edible.

Indian Cucumber Root. Doesn't always have the to tiers. The small white tuberous root is crunch and slightly tangy. There's a look alike plant, the Starflower, that is net-veined instead of parallel veined and is not edible.

Ultimate back yard hammock!

Ultimate back yard hammock!

Foraging Wild Peppergrass for a Native Spice

Foraging Wild Peppergrass for a Native Spice

Geranium Phaeum 'Samobor' (winterhart): Green-purple foliage. For semishade in every kind of soil.

Geranium Phaeum 'Samobor' (winterhart): Green-purple foliage. For semishade in every kind of soil.

Wild fennel is an easy to forage edible and medicinal plant!

Wild fennel is an easy to forage edible and medicinal plant!

Houstonia caerulea 'Millard' (Porzellansternchen)

Houstonia caerulea 'Millard' (Porzellansternchen)

Wood Sorrel   Scientific name: Oxalis species  What: leaves  How: salad, seasoning  Where: shady undergrowth  When: spring, summer  Nutritional Value: Vitamins A & C   Dangers: Contains some oxalic acid, limit consumption to a small handful per day.

Wood Sorrel Scientific name: Oxalis species What: leaves How: salad, seasoning Where: shady undergrowth When: spring, summer Nutritional Value: Vitamins A & C Dangers: Contains some oxalic acid, limit consumption to a small handful per day.

Mach deinen Balkon jetzt fit für den Sommer in 11 Schritten - watson

Mach deinen Balkon jetzt fit für den Sommer in 11 Schritten - watson

purslane While considered an obnoxious weed in the United States, purslane can provide much needed vitamins and minerals in a wilderness survival situation. Ghandi actually numbered purslane among his favorite foods. It’s a small plant with smooth fat leaves that have a refreshingly sour taste. Purslane grows from the beginning of summer to the start of fall. You can eat purslane raw or boiled. If you’d like to remove the sour taste, boil the leaves before eating.

purslane While considered an obnoxious weed in the United States, purslane can provide much needed vitamins and minerals in a wilderness survival situation. Ghandi actually numbered purslane among his favorite foods. It’s a small plant with smooth fat leaves that have a refreshingly sour taste. Purslane grows from the beginning of summer to the start of fall. You can eat purslane raw or boiled. If you’d like to remove the sour taste, boil the leaves before eating.

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