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Anyone walking through Alabama's woods and fields can find edible plants amid the landscape. Berries, roots, stalks and leaves of various plants can be added to various dishes for added flavor or eaten raw. But, be wary. Do not eat a plant unless you are certain that it is edible. Many edible plants...
Sarah Zumbiel
Sarah Zumbiel • 2 years ago

Edible Wild Plants in Alabama | eHow.com

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  • Sarah Zumbiel

    I planted spring garlic about a week ago and it didn't really look ready, but planted it any way....it is going gang busters. I need to find a space to plant the rest of it! Thinking I will also get some to plant in the fall as well.

  • Danny Dennis

    @Sarah Zumbiel ->gonna plant my garlic this weekend. Got all the onions (green onions and Texas Sweets) planted this week.

  • Sarah Zumbiel

    I am so excited for the garden this year. I even have the neighbors in on it! It's gonna be big between the two of families. :)

  • Danny Dennis

    @Sarah Zumbiel -> We should plan an outdoor summer supper with all homegrown items. What do you think?

  • Sarah Zumbiel

    @Danny Dennis--That would be so awesome....and yummy!!

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