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0 4 Turnip

Turnip

by ckundoNYC, New York, USA

Red bulbous root vegetable

0 0 Wine berry

Wine berry

by annchenBerkeley Heights, New Jersey, USA

Edible

0 0 Nettle

Nettle

by PennyBruceEngland, United Kingdom

Leaves and flowers are edible

0 0 Indian Cucumber Root

Indian Cucumber Root

by annekschmittPennsylvania, USA

Root is edible

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by MarikaVoixSanta Cruz, California, USA

Spicy edible

0 0 Lambs quarters

Lambs quarters

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Edible

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

by kunoir4165, Queensland, Australia

Is this edible?

3 5 Spotting

Spotting

by DigantaGogoiAssam, India

not edible...

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by galibbyCartago, Costa Rica

Edible fruit

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by alfytereTasmania, Australia

Is the fuit edible?...

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by DigantaGogoiNagaon, Assam, India

edible.....

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by AllisonYvonneDavisTexas, USA

Edible herb

0 0 Edible Red Leaf

Edible Red Leaf

by austin.apocalypseLanesborough, Massachusetts, USA

1 0 White Mulberry

White Mulberry

by JuanDiTraniSan Salvador, El Salvador

Edible fruits

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by JaredHararyEnglewood, New Jersey, USA

Edible?

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by TerriGalantiAlabama, USA

Are these edible?

0 0 Common yarrow

Common yarrow

by LaraGrimesWashington, USA

Edible

0 0 Dandelion

Dandelion

by BrettFallenNew Zealand

Entire plant is

0 0 stinging nettle

stinging nettle

by tamCalifornia, USA

1 1 Sunflower

Sunflower

by Kranti DhimanPunjab, India

Annual plant grown for

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by kunoir4502, Queensland, Australia

Wet and sticky fruit. Are they edible?

3 0 Peach

Peach

by BethAngermeierEvansville, Indiana, USA

Small tree bearing edible fruit.

0 0 Wintergreen

Wintergreen

by AnbirdPennsylvania, USA

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by YeipíJotaPéAustin, Texas, USA

0 0 Samphire

Samphire

by KalenOregon, USA

plant

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

by MatthewShane_62British Columbia, Canada

1 0 Wild leek, Ramp

Wild leek, Ramp

by LindsyWinona, Minnesota, United States

edible.

2 6 Ceylon Spinach

Ceylon Spinach

by VivBraznellThailand

I've been told that this plant is

2 0 Stinging Nettle

Stinging Nettle

by helenaCaithness, Scotland, United Kingdom

Native medicinal & edible herb

0 0 Self-heal

Self-heal

by kunzahOlean, New York, USA

Purple and edible.

0 0 Henbit

Henbit

by kunzahNew Jersey, USA

Very small (1/10 cm), hot pink buds on a weedy

0 0 Wild ginger

Wild ginger

by MeganBaileyBristol, Tennessee, USA

Root is edible but not the leaves

0 0 Beauty Berry

Beauty Berry

by angileeDenton, Texas, USA

berries are edible Found at Lost Pines trai

0 2 Artichoke

Artichoke

by lisa2品川区, 東京都, Japan

Edible garden

0 0 garlic mustard

garlic mustard

by sednabooIllinois, USA

In childrens garden

0 0 Black raspberries

Black raspberries

by JessicaWhiteWorcester, Massachusetts, USA

0 0 Rhubarb

Rhubarb

by jordan44jCrystal Falls, Michigan, USA

Edible stalks

0 0 Apple tree

Apple tree

by PennyBruceEngland, United Kingdom

Grass verge

1 0 Amora Silvestre

Amora Silvestre

by caloureiroBraga, Portugal

0 0 Pitanga

Pitanga

by _Memen_San José, Costa Rica

0 1 Spotting

Spotting

by YeipíJotaPéAustin, Texas, USA

0 1 Wild Potato-vine

Wild Potato-vine

by chesterbperryTennessee, USA

Roadside

0 0 Spotting

Spotting

by MangoldRivas, Nicaragua

On a large tree

0 0 Rutabaga

Rutabaga

by Dan HatchFlorida, USA