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Purslane has a bit of a mild sweet-sour taste. All parts of the plant are edible but make sure if you are wild harvesting make sure that you wash it well (it does grow on the ground) and it has not been sprayed with any pesticides or fertilizer.

Open skies and native plants? We'd love some of those edible little tunas and prickly pears. What're they great for? Try juicing 'em and making a killer Desert Dessert Smoothie with a Sambazon Original Smoothie Pack. Heaps of good hydration there! | Sambazon

Yucca Whipplei - Incredible plants. Shoot, buds and flowers are edible. Seeds to make flour. Leaves and roots to make soap, needles to sow and leaves to make cordage.

Free Plant Guilds E-Book from Midwest Permaculture. "Permaculture Guild" describe a collection of plants (a polyculture) that individually could survive on their own, but perform much better when grouped together.

Temperate Climate Permaculture: Permaculture Plants: Elderberry, we have two of these against our wall and they have loads of berries that I make Hedgerow cheese an old, old recipe with...

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Plant combo - brunnera jack frost with ferns and grass