Tag: queen anne s lace
Bees contribute so very much to our world and unfortunately, the number of bees (and other pollinators) are declining. By planting flowers that attract bees we help the bees
Learn to identify the beautiful wild edible plant Queen Anne’s Lace and how to make jelly from its delicate white flowers.
Come along with me on a culinary adventure to try out all the different parts of the edible weed chicory plant: flower, leaves and root.
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By carefully foraging, you can select a variety of naturally grown leaves to make a salad. Photo by Anita B. Stone.
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