Urban Foraging - How to Find Free Food in the City. Learn how to find free food in the urban environment. Wild edibles are all around us.
The Nat·u·ral·ist: Pocket Urban Foraging Guide
Dock: a Tasty, Creamy Spring Green
Dock: a Tasty, Creamy Spring Green: a young and tasty curly dock plant
Pigweed (amaranthus palmeri)- Spring to winter harvest. Eat leaves only. Eat raw or make into flour or soup. Found on roadsides/ATTRACTS: Rose Breasted Grossbeak (The most beautiful bird in the United States). Will attract Pheasants.
Purslane: A Nutritious and Edible Weed
Have you ever wondered which common edible wild plants are safe to eat? Here's an introduction to Common American Wild Plants.
The horsetail plant (Equisetum arvense), also called or shavegrass is an ancient plant species and one of the highest plant sources for the bone strengthening mineral silica.
Merriwether's Guide to Edible Wild Plants of Texas and the Southwest: Mullein
Common Yarrow - Weekly Weeder #34 and Wildcrafting Wednesday
Common yarrow, Achillea millefolium - range and identification, wildlife uses, medicinal uses. Wildcrafting Wednesday homesteading and herba.
Identifying and Using Linden - Edible Leaves, Flowers, Seeds, Sap and Bark
Foraging for Linden - Edible Leaves, Flowers, Seeds, Sap and Bark — Practical Self Reliance
Foraging for Spicebush and Spicebush Ice Cream Recipe -
Spicebush is a common shrub of mixed forests, which has been used traditionally…
062514 flowering dock ~ wild edibles of spring
Foraging in cold weather, Sheep Sorrel
Eternal Spring: The Joy of Urban Foraging
Deep Roots at Home Website - suburban foraging, edible weeds, greens, spring
Henbit and Purple Dead Nettle, Two Springtime Wild Edibles
Foraging Wild Onion Wild Garlic and Other Cleansing Spring Herbs
Foraging Wild Onion Wild Garlic and Other Cleansing Spring Herbs – From wild onion and wild garlic to chickweed and plantain, foraging wild edibles in early spring is both bountiful and cleansing. Gather with care and enjoy!
Foraging for Miner's Lettuce
Foraging for Miner's Lettuce, a wonderful salad green you can probably find in your yard (or nearby).