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Foraging the Blue Violet

The 3 Foragers: Foraging for Wild, Natural, Organic Food

Foraging, wild garlic, ransoms

Violets have leaves and flowers that are edible and they can also be used to thicken soup. Young leaves can be used in salads, and the flowers can be used in jams. They can be used to thicken soups and may be added to wild okra and lamb's quarter.

Stinging Nettles (Nettles need to be foraged before they have gotten knee high or have begun flowering, usually late winter/early spring depending on elevation) Incredibly nutritious, mineral rich! Great in teas, soups, and in any recipe as a spinach sub (lasagne, etc)

Lamb’s Quarters, Chenopodium album, is a wild green that contains more calcium than any other plant studied, according to botanist and author John Kallas. It’s also high in protein, vitamin A and vitamin C. The leaves taste excellent raw or cooked. As a member of the Goosefoot family, it is botanically related to spinach, as well as to Swiss chard, quinoa and beets.

Foraging (in my yard) -

for the shed?

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Gorgeous flower beds............

Simple DIY Planter Hangers | World In Green

Garden Dress

Make this happen spring, summer, fall

Love this cottage garden look!!

Neat way to add a little color to a otherwise "normal" fence

for the back fence. would it get thick enough to create a privacy screen?

love the greens in this one