Useful and Edible Plants of California (3)
DISCLAIMER: A website is insufficient to convey the
knowledge a person needs to safely and responsibly use wild plants.
Before eating or using any plant, seek hands-on field training
with a qualified professional in the proper identification and
use of wild plants.
|Oak gall||Oregon grape||Osage orange||Pineappleweed||Poison hemlock|
|Poison oak||Snowberry||Soaproot||Sticky monkey flower||Stinging nettle|
|Western redbud||White alder||White alder||Wild cucumber||Wild ginger|
|Wild grape||Wild radish||Wild radish||Wild rose||Willow|
|Woodland rose||Wood sorrel||Yarrow||Yerba buena||Spanish bayonet|
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