Sunday, May 16, 2010

Spring planting

I'm going to spend the next few weeks focused on updating my wild edible plant blogs. The mobile internet version is way behind my original version.

Recent updates:
New plants: Agarita, Milk Thistle, and Nasturtium.
Updated plants: Agave, Field Pennycress, Honey Locust, Honey Mesquite, Hop Clover, Loquat, Mallow, Spiderwort/Dayflower, Sumac, Yucca.

Adventure! Excitement! Greens!

3 comments:

BigDaddyTX said...
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BigDaddyTX said...

Duh. I see it now.

KattySmith said...

Hi Wild Edible Plant Guru,
It's Sept & my gone-to-wild back yard is filled with Elderberries and beaucoup scubby bushes that I don't recognize. They are about 3-4' feet high, rangy, covered with small pale yellow flowers. The leaves are elongated and serrated, each about 1" long 1/8" -1/4" wide That's about as technical as I can get. Do you know what this is?
Thanks very much! It's taking over!