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Yarrow is one of the most beneficial wild plants that there is. Foraging or wildcrafting for yarrow is easy and fun, you might even have some in your own backyard! Learn how to identify, harvest, and use yarrow.

Yarrow is one of the most beneficial wild plants that there is. Foraging yarrow is easy, you might even have some in your own backyard!

10 Edible and Healthy Plants from your own backyard. These wild edibles are both healthy and common in North America. If you go searching for them, you may even find a few in your backyard. #Homesteadsurvivalsite #Garden #Edibleplants

10 Edible and Healthy Plants from your own backyard. These wild edibles are both healthy and common in North America. If you go searching for them, you may even find a few in your backyard. #Homesteadsurvivalsite #Garden #Edibleplants

How to Eat a Rose ~ and other ways to use them ~ Roses are not only edible, they're medicinal too. They taste great in everything from drinks to dessert, and homemade rose body products are great for the skin too!

How to Eat a Rose ~ and other ways to use them ~ Roses are not only edible, they're medicinal too. They taste great in everything from drinks to dessert, and homemade rose body products are great for the skin too!

Prunus serotina (Black Cherry) – MySeedsCo

The Black Cherry is the largest Native American Cherry. Its beautiful fragrant flower show, attraction to songbirds and its fall color make it a highly desirable shade tree if you have the room. When crushed, the leaves smell like Black Cherry soda pop. Before dropping in autumn, the leaves turn lovely shades of yellow, orange or red, but this varies with weather conditions and among seedlings. The alternating simple leaves of the black cherry are 2-6 inches long, consistently broad to…

Luckily for us, foraging for mugwort is generally pretty easy in most areas, as it’s fairly widespread. Learn how to start foraging for this aromatic wild edible plant. #mugwort #foraging #homebrewing #wildplants

Luckily for us, foraging for mugwort is generally pretty easy in most areas, as it’s fairly widespread. Learn how to start foraging for this aromatic wild edible plant. #mugwort #foraging #homebrewing #wildplants

Eat Your Weeds! A guide to finding and using weeds, flowers, and other wild edibles. A My Week on Wednesday post from Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

Eat Your Weeds! A guide to finding and using weeds, flowers, and other wild edibles. A My Week on Wednesday post from Once Upon a Time in a Bed of Wildflowers

How to Eat a Peony (and Other Ways to Use Them) ~ Common garden peonies are edible flowers and there are dozens of tasty ways to bring the into the kitchen. Once a popular part of medieval cooking, these beautiful flowers are making a culinary comeback.  They're also a part of traditional Chinese herbal medicine, and they're still a popular remedy today. #edibleflowers #peony #peonies #historicalcooking #herbalism #herbalmedicine

How to Eat a Peony (and Other Ways to Use Them) ~ Common garden peonies are edible flowers and there are dozens of tasty ways to bring the into the kitchen. Once a popular part of medieval cooking, these beautiful flowers are making a culinary comeback. They're also a part of traditional Chinese herbal medicine, and they're still a popular remedy today. #edibleflowers #peony #peonies #historicalcooking #herbalism #herbalmedicine

Foraging for Wild Chamomile - Learn all about foraging for wild chamomile plant, also known as, pineapple weed due to its taste and smell that is reminiscent to pineapple fruit! After you've foraged this tasty herb, learn how to make wild chamomile tea! Foraging for Beginners | Foraging Edible Weeds | Wild Food Foraging

10 · Foraging for Wild Chamomile - Learn all about foraging for wild chamomile plant, also known as, pineapple weed due to its taste and smell that is reminiscent to pineapple fruit! After you've foraged this tasty herb, learn how to make wild chamomile tea! Foraging for Beginners | Foraging Edible Weeds | Wild Food Foraging

2 ingredients

Produce
  • 2 tbsp Pineapple weed flowers, fresh
Liquids
  • 8 oz Water
Learn how to go foraging for cattails this summer and all the ways you can use them. Cattails are perfect survival food and every part of this wild plant is edible, even its pollen!

Cattails are useful in so many different ways! Learn how to go foraging for cattails and all the ways to use them. The perfect survival food!