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Oklahoma Wild Fruit- Wild foraging in Oklahoma! Wouldn't this be a great family activity?

Serviceberry: A small tree/large shrub that produces loads of tasty berries much like blueberries in looks and use. Fall color, very cold-hardy, spring flowers much like cherry blossoms.

You can learn to forage for some of the best mushrooms you'll ever eat, right here in Oregon.

You can learn to forage for some of the best mushrooms you'll ever eat, right here in Oregon.

Made with some of nature’s wonders, Sea Buckthorn, Licorice, Pumpkin Seed, Foraha, Oregano and Aloe Vera that will absorb and envelop skin to help soften and calm itching, scaling, flaking, and redness.

Fenugreek for breast growth is one of the famous plants for women who want to enlarge their breast size.

High-bush Cranberry, hand harvested by Red Lake band members to produce sweet ruby jelly & syrup.

081214 High bush cranberry ~ High-bush Cranberry, hand harvested by Red Lake band members to produce sweet ruby jelly & syrup.

Yellow Dock - Iron Rich Herb

Yellow Dock-Rumex Crispus Also known as curly dock, rumex, sour dock, garden patience and narrow dock.

WILD EDIBLE AND MEDICINAL PLANTS BLOG Foraging for wild food is a great way to experience the natural world and connect with something ancient and primal within ourselves.  Not only is wild food much richer in essential vitamins and minerals, but foraging also provides much needed exercise.  It's a combination of hiking and gardening.

Plant wild onion or garlic around your flowers and the deer will not touch it! I did and it works!

Wild Oklahoma medicinal Plants, Jewelweed plant & great mullein plant.

Warning Never eat any wild plants without checking with local experts! Jewelweed is best known for its skin healing properties.

Edible Wild Fruits of Oklahoma

Oklahoma Wildcrafting is for those who want to learn to forage for wild edibles, herbs and mushrooms as well as recipes for those wild foraged foods.

maitake mushrooms, hen of the woods mushrooms. Foraged from a front yard oak stump in Jenkintown, Oct. 2014

Wild mushrooms: What to eat, what to avoid

maitake mushrooms, hen of the woods mushrooms. Foraged from a front yard oak stump in Jenkintown, Oct.

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