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RE: The Wild World: Studying and Documenting Wild Plants.

the internet because often this information just repeats over and over the same details

YES! Books are still important resources. This one looks amazing! I have a few English reference books of wild foods that I still use here... whilst they are not 'wild' in the truest sense there are places where we can find hawthorn, yarrow, quince - and of course herbs in cultivated gardens, so they are still useful!


That is so true. I've actually dug up some wild plants and transplanted them to my garden so we have them here (especially those that grow along roadsides where it's not the best to be harvesting). Wild & cultivated it's all amazing!

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