Introductory guide to foraging in England with details of some common plants to get you started. Contains brief information on laws relating to foraging and links to find further information on this.
There are many wild plants growing in the fields and along the roadsides that make delicious and healthful herbal teas!
Mallow is a nutritious and very common edible wild plant that can be found when wildcrafting. It is easy for foragers to find and gather.
Valued as a leafy vegetable, the kalunay is known in many other names such as Chinese spinach, spleen amaranth, ptee and uray.
What is teaberry and where can it be found? A once common gum flavor, teaberry is a wonderful tea herb as well as a safe evergreen ground cover.
Have you ever wanted to learn how to harvest wild blackberries? It's a fun activity to do with the whole family, and offers delicious fruit as its reward.
The bull thistle is that familiar plant, called a weed, that you see everywhere. Although not native to the US, it has been naturalized and its healthy benefits have been known for ages.
Pipsissewa is a valuable herb, but almost forgotten in modern times. The Native Americans used pipsissewa extensively, and it is reputed to help alleviate rheumatism and arthritis. Who knows?
Interesting and beautiful, the Prairie Anemone is one of the first flowers of spring. An old Indian legend tells how this lovely flower got its fur coat.
Spore Bearing Plants Info Michael Drummond Spore bearing plants differ from seed bearing plants because they reproduce asexually, that is without flowers and fertilization processes that combine the genetics of two...