10 Wild Edible Greens to Harvest – Foraging Plants | Rob Greenfield | Sep 25, 2020 (Video)

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Rob Greenfield
Duration: 12 min
My friend Eric Joseph Lewis – plant educator, avid forager, permaculturist and Earth lover – shares his top 10 wild edible greens, specifically for the Mid-Atlantic. We filmed this video in Maryland.
1. Stinging nettle: Urtica dioica, gracilis, and Laportea canadensis
2. Chickweed: Stellaria media
3. Lambsquarters: Chenopodium album
4. Dandelion: Taraxacum officinale
5. Garlic mustard: Alliaria petiolata
6. Basswood: Tilia spp
7. Mulberry: Morus alba and rubra
8. Purslane: Portulaca oleracea
9. Milkweed: Asclepias syriaca
10. Beggar’s ticks & Spanish needles: Bidens spp.
Follow Eric Joseph Lewis:
Plant Path nursery in Knoxville Maryland: https://www.plantpath.org
Chesapeake’s Bounty in Calvert county Maryland: https://chesapeakesbounty.com/
The REED center in Middletown Maryland: https://www.thereedcenter.org
Video filmed by Mettā Creative https://mettacreative.world/
Edited by Daniel Saddleton http://www.hiphikersmedia.com
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