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0 0 Wild Grape

Wild Grape

by tiffanyprWisconsin, USA

0 0 Ramp/Wild Leek

Ramp/Wild Leek

by megdiditWisconsin, USA

0 2 Spotting


by dicarlolaura32Ontario, Canada

Wild raspberries

0 0 Wild Grapes

Wild Grapes

by CatherinePikulaSpringfield, Massachusetts, USA


0 0 Spotting


by dpburrisRogers, Arkansas, USA

Broadleaf, edible? Found

0 4 Wild pepper

Wild pepper

by Olivia CheeSingapore, Singapore


0 0 Spotting


by Harsha SinghHimachal Pradesh, India

These are edible

0 1 Wild Potato-vine

Wild Potato-vine

by chesterbperryTennessee, USA


0 0 Piñuela


by eesquivelriosPanama

Wild pineapple, native,

1 0 Prickly Wild Rose

Prickly Wild Rose

by Raia StammAnchorage, Alaska, USA

partially edible

0 0 Wild Blueberries

Wild Blueberries

by EmilyHuckOrillia, Ontario, Canada

0 0 Wild onion

Wild onion

by mauna KunzahNew Jersey, USA

Curly, tubular grass that’s perennial.

0 0 Wild ginger

Wild ginger

by MeganBaileyBristol, Tennessee, USA

Root is edible but not the leaves

1 0 orange peel fungus

orange peel fungus

by Kathryn CurranWashington, USA

wild orange peel fungus

3 0 shaggy ink cap

shaggy ink cap

by Kathryn CurranCheney, Washington, USA

Wild shaggy ink cap mushrooms

1 0 Wild leek, Ramp

Wild leek, Ramp

by LindsyWinona, Minnesota, United States


2 0 Oregon Grape

Oregon Grape

by Kathryn CurranSpokane, Washington, USA

Wild Oregon grape plant

0 0 Wild Garlic

Wild Garlic

by AndySmithEngland, United Kingdom

Deciduous woodland

0 0 Fox Grapevine

Fox Grapevine

by p.young713Tampa, Florida

Wild Grapes they are

0 3 Wild Jujube

Wild Jujube

by NuwanChathurangaDampelessa, Sri Lanka

thorny shrub, the berries are edible

0 2 chanterelle


by KarenSaxtonCoquille, Oregon, USA

Possibly the most popular edible

0 0 Wild strawberry

Wild strawberry

by PennyBruceEngland, United Kingdom


0 0 Black cap

Black cap

by ChristyDesermeauxOregon, USA

Black raspberry

0 0 Wild Marjoram

Wild Marjoram

by Bernadette SEgypt

زعتر (z3atar) in Arabic

0 0 Queen Anne's Lace

Queen Anne's Lace

by Josh1976Ohio, USA

Root is edible, known as

0 0 Kaaya


by vm.bharathirajaTamil Nadu, India

Edible fruits.I had tasted it.

1 0 Spotting


by Joseph CHIEF REDEARTHUttarakhand, India

This is an edible fruit which grows in the ...

0 0 Wild strawberry

Wild strawberry

by PamelaAnnMoltrupMattydale, New York, USA

From my backyard

1 3 Wild squash

Wild squash

by LuisStevensGuanajuato, Mexico

Wild squash (Calabaza loca) grows parallel ...

3 0 Wild leek

Wild leek

by MargaritaOrlovaחיפה, מחוז חיפה, Israel

The wild forefather of the

1 2 Wild garlic

Wild garlic

by mauna KunzahNew York, USA

Wild garlic is also known as crow garlic ...

2 0 Wild Marjoram (Oregano)

Wild Marjoram (Oregano)

by ngnpopeWinchester, England, United Kingdom

Leaves and flowers are edible.

0 0 Yellow Violet

Yellow Violet

by sarah in the woodsNorth Carolina, USA

edible and medicinal: ...

0 0 Sea kale, Chou marin

Sea kale, Chou marin

by IoannisPicardie, Tromelin Island

Small plant of the kale family, growing on seaside beaches.

0 0 mountain-ash


by Kathryn CurranSpokane, Washington, USA

Wild mountain-ash tree

1 0 white goosefoot

white goosefoot

by Kathryn CurranSpokane, Washington, USA

Wild white goosefoot

0 0 common mallow

common mallow

by Kathryn CurranSpokane, Washington, USA

Wild mallow plant

0 0 western chokecherry

western chokecherry

by Kathryn CurranSpokane, Washington, USA

Wild chokecherry tree with red cherries

0 0 narrowleaf cattail

narrowleaf cattail

by Kathryn CurranCheney, Washington, USA

wild cattails

1 0 Concord grapes, wild grapes

Concord grapes, wild grapes

by MatthewPrattRochester, New Hampshire, USA

Wildly growing grapes, long vines, produces ...

0 2 Wild Strawberry

Wild Strawberry

by RJNDEUXColumbus, Ohio

Vine. Abundant. Next to sidewalk among grass. Red berry.

0 0 Wild garlic / ramsons

Wild garlic / ramsons

by Diane4England, United Kingdom

Leafy perrenial with white starry flowers, strong pungent smell.

0 0 Raspberry


by Jonathan SequeiraPuntarenas, Costa Rica

Edible for humans but also great food for ...

0 0 Common Blackberry

Common Blackberry

by wahlzNew York, USA


0 0 Black Berries

Black Berries

by NoahFieldsNewnan, Georgia, USA

A batch of black berries growing wild at my ...

0 1 Lance-leaf Plantain

Lance-leaf Plantain

by seepainterPortland, Oregon, USA

Grows everywhere like a weed. I've heard it called plantain and

0 2 Spotting


by NathanCashionUtah, USA

Convex wild mushrooms on Mt. Nebo trail

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