Wood Sorrel (Oxalis)

Benefits of using wood ash in your garden, my dad always cleaned out the fireplace into the garden growing up, now I understand what he was doing

10 Medicinal Plants to Grow | #SurvivalLife www.SurvivalLife.com

The common cattail (typha latifolia) is one of the first of the wild edible plants that all hikers should familiarize themselves with. It not only has several edible parts, but there is some part of the plant that can be harvested for food during any season. In addition, it has other uses as well.

Foraging for Wild Food

10 Common Edible Weeds - for when I want to forage :) http://www.thedailygreen.com/green-homes/latest/weeds-edible-plants-0409

Nature's pharmacy is packed with hundreds of medicinal plants used in both Western and Chinese medical practices to treat a variety of conditions.

Wood sorrel has been eaten by humans for millennia. In Dr. James Duke's "Handbook of Edible Weeds," he notes that the Kiowa Indian tribe chewed wood sorrel to alleviate thirst on long trips, that the Potawatomi Indians cooked it with sugar to make a dessert, the Algonquin Indians considered it an aphrodisiac, the Cherokee tribe ate wood sorrel to alleviate mouth sores and a sore throat, and the Iroquois ate wood sorrel to help with cramps, fever and nausea.

Borage also known as "Starflower" is one of the edible plants in the garden!

Peterson Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants (PFG) from VILLAGERS

Mallow benefits (Malva). Infographic. Summary of the general characteristics of the Mallow plant. Medicinal properties, benefits and uses more common of Malva Sylvestris. Pharmacognosy - Medicinal plants - Herbs. http://www.medicinalplants-pharmacognosy.com/herbs-medicinal-plants/mallow-malva-sylvestris/benefits-infographic/

Clovers (Trifolium) - lucky you, they're edible. And they’re found just about everywhere there’s an open grassy area. You can spot them by their distinctive trefoil leaflets. You can eat clovers raw, but they taste better boiled. ...I like those with the big purplish buds (red clover), so it seems do the bees.

Foraging. 12 plants that can be foraged for a winter harvest | Suburban Foragers

Healing Herbs & Plants

North American wild edible plants: which parts are edible, when they are harvested. Cattail, mulberry, kudzu, blackberry, prickly pear cactus, dandelion, wild garlic, oak acorns, pine.

50 Essential Wild Plants to Know About (for food and medicine).

Wild Garlic: Edible Wild Plant

11 Plants that Repel Flies

mosquito control plants

Why a tomato cracks and what to do about it and a lot of other information about caring for tomato plants // Great Gardens & Ideas <3 this //