Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Wild Edibles Wednesday: Dove's Foot Geranium





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Dove's Foot Geranium is another of the wild edible/medicinal plants that my grandfather introduced me to. He taught me about this one after I had gotten a little older, only he called is Crane's Bill. Luckily that is a fairly common name for this plant. I didn't realize how important this plant was to Europeans until I started doing research to record this video. Not very tasty, I have to admit, but the historic medicinal uses make it well worth knowing.

 

At this point I had learned that I had to have a disclaimer on every wild edible plant video. I guess you could say that I was getting more professional, I guess. This plant is considered by many to be invasive, but there are still people who plant it on purpose.

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