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Burdock

You must have the land owners permission to dig up Burdock roots but if you ask any farmer, they might laugh at you but they don’t usually mind you digging...

Alexanders

Mainly a plant that likes a coastal breeze but once established seems fine growing inland.

Mugwort

A common plant of field edges, hedgerows, roadsides and waste ground that can be used as a herb, to make beer and to make medicinal tinctures, teas and essential oils....

Ribwort Plantain

The flower heads taste surprisingly like mushroom and can also be used by school children as ‘pop’ guns....

Sheep's Sorrel

Sorrel can be used as a garnish, a salad leaf, a green for soups and stews or as a sweet ingredient for cakes and sorbets....

Sow Thistle

Very common, tastes just like lettuce and can be found throughout the year unless there is a really harsh Winter. There are eight species of sow thistle growing in the...

Prickly Wild Lettuce

A very common plant that will grow almost anywhere where it get lots of sun and little competition from other plants. It is very similar in look and medicinal effects...

Greater Plantain

Very common, this plant got the name White or English Mans Foot from the early settlers in the US, where they settled or travelled, Plantain used to thrive.

Borage

Borage is a fairly inconspicuous plant, often overlooked in the wild due to its similarities to the incredibly common Green Alkanet which tastes horrible!...

Comfrey

A common and surprisingly tasty treat when battered and fried. See the Hedgerow Medicinal section below, before consumption....