wild edible plants

Lee Hadden hadden at WINGATE.EDU
Wed Mar 11 08:01:51 EST 1998


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You might try your local bookstore--I've seen field guides to edible
plants in ours and purchased several from catalogs or on-line sources
[Barnes and Noble; Amazon; Edward R. Hamilton, bookseller; etc]   I
believe Dover Press also carries some.
Lee Hadden

Jackie Manni wrote:

> I am trying to find out some information on foraging for edible, wild
> plants/flowers.  Could anyone point me in the correct direction?



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