Edible Wild Plants: A Falcon Field Guide by Todd Telander PDF

By Todd Telander

Suitable for eating Wild crops is a box consultant to the ninety most typical and sought-after species in North the US. with ease sized to slot in your pocket and that includes full-color, special illustrations, this informative consultant makes it effortless to spot crops on your yard, favourite parks, and natural world components.

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The young shoots or suckers from stumps can be peeled, cleaned of leaves, and eaten raw. The roots have been used to create a yellow dye. indd 21 2/14/12 12:12 PM Angiosperms Queen Anne’s Lace, Daucus carota Dicots, family Apiaceae/Umbelliferae (carrot family) Alternate name(s): Wild carrot Size: To 36” tall Range: Throughout the United States Season: Flowers spring through autumn Habitat: Disturbed areas, fields, roadsides Description: Queen Anne’s lace is an herbaceous, erect, biennial plant that has a thick taproot and a sturdy stem studded with somewhat coarse, short hairs.

This plant propagates by seeds or underground rhizomes, and so often it will form closely spaced groups. Uses: The fruit cluster of staghorn sumac can be used to prepare a refreshing, lemonade-like beverage. Soak the ripened clusters in cold water, strain out the liquid, and add sugar to taste. The young shoots or suckers from stumps can be peeled, cleaned of leaves, and eaten raw. The roots have been used to create a yellow dye. indd 21 2/14/12 12:12 PM Angiosperms Queen Anne’s Lace, Daucus carota Dicots, family Apiaceae/Umbelliferae (carrot family) Alternate name(s): Wild carrot Size: To 36” tall Range: Throughout the United States Season: Flowers spring through autumn Habitat: Disturbed areas, fields, roadsides Description: Queen Anne’s lace is an herbaceous, erect, biennial plant that has a thick taproot and a sturdy stem studded with somewhat coarse, short hairs.

Uses: Comfrey has a history of healing properties. The young, tender leaves are edible cooked as greens or boiled in two changes of water to reduce bitterness. A tea, known to soothe digestive disorders, can be made with the leaves or with dried and powdered roots. A poultice of the roots or leaves is used to reduce swelling and soothe bruises, burns, and muscle pain. indd 40 2/14/12 12:12 PM DICots Wintercress, Barbarea vulgaris Dicots, family Brassicaceae/Cruciferae (mustard family) Size: To 2’ tall Range: Most of the United States except the warmest, southern zones Season: Flowers in the spring Habitat: Disturbed soils with sufficient moisture Description: Wintercress is an herbaceous, annual or two- or threeyear perennial, capable of overwintering even in very cold climates.

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