Discussion in 'The Green Patch' started by chelloveck, Sep 21, 2015.
I found a website that has many useful productive garden ideas.
Nasties are awesome! always love a new garden site and damn @chelloveck will you link us to the real site instead of pin or Facebook please?
20 Reasons to Grow this Amazing Herb -
Although the link is referenced inside the image in the OP, the link seems to be broken or the page could not be found on the site.
Here is the home page for the referenced site....15 Helpful Design Tips for Vertical Gardens - if you can't find the page regarding Nastutiums (the site has no search feature) there are a whole bunch of other useful articles to draw inspiration from.
I never knew that nasturtiums were good for anything other then making a plate look pretty. I knew the blossoms were edible but never realized they have medicinal uses.
Nasturtium: An Edible Flower With a Bite
I found an article on the health benefits of nasturtiums- Great info. Thanks @chelloveck for pointing out these are a good flower to have around.
The Various Health Benefits and Uses of Nasturtiums
Please remember- the seeds can be toxic.
They are also supposed to be a good insect repellent in the garden, I tried some last year, but they didn't grow any volunteers this year, unlike my marigolds...
I am unsure what a paw paw is. Animals?
I have never had marigolds grow volunteers. I was overrun with pansy volunteers, those seed spread all over the place. @azrancher did your nasturtiums grow easily? They say you don't need to really pamper or water.
Well the actually spread their seeds, I have a 20X20 garden that I didn't rototill this year and it is over run with marigold and volunteer tobacco plants. Very pretty actually.
Edible and poisonous plants found throughout North America.
I'm now 70 yrs young and I was raised in the swamps of Florida and we ate just about anything to have a full stomach so I'm telling you learn to...
Handbook Of Medicinal Spices, By James A. Duke, Ph.D.
Handbook Of Medicinal Herbs, By James A. Duke, Ph.D.
112 pages of edible and medicinal plants, in the wild.
American Medicinal Leaves And Herbs, By Alice Henkel, 1911.
A great source of protein vitamins minerals and oils. here is a video on wild jungle peanuts
Swamp cabbage: [MEDIA]
It is Spring and with Spring comes dandelions. Many view dandelions as noxious weeds that they spray with Round-up or dig out and wish they would...
While discussing TOTM March 2016, there was a discussion of growing vegetables in a greenhouse post volcanic eruption. I think if society...
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] Anyone cut and eat swamp cabbage the heart's of palm trees.
OK, State = Arizona
Elevation 5,000 feet
Summer Temps 80-100 max
Winter Temps 20-30 min
I've got lots of chain link that I can train them on....
I challenge all monkeys to locate and name 3 wild edibles in your immediate location. SHTF, garden failed and you need to eat. Look around,...
Common Purslane (Portulaca Oleracea), also known as pigweed, little hogweed, or Ma Chi Xian, is a low growing succulent member of the...
I have noticed that many of my herbal teas have clover in them. Upon research I see that wild clover has been used for medicinal...
Urban Prepper Chicks Herb of the Week: Uses for Milkweed
Watch the video by Pam Warhurst...nice wry humour speaking about an interesting subject.
How we can eat our landscapes – by Pam Warhurst TED...
A free .pdf download, listing perennial edible plants in the USA.
Perennial Plants and Vegetables
Below is a list of edible plants...
Chickweed is an edible wild weed, that grows in most of parts of North America. The tender young leaves are a tasty addition to salads, and the...
Brokor submitted a new resource:
Common Edible Plants of Eastern Woodlands - Basic Guide
19 pages, colored illustrations
Separate names with a comma.