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Wild Edible Plants of Texas: A Pocket Guide to
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Wild Edible Plants of Texas: A Pocket Guide to
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Wild Edible Plants of Texas: A Pocket Guide to
Wild Edible Plants of Texas: A Pocket Guide to
Wild Edible Plants of Texas: A Pocket Guide to
Wild Edible Plants of Texas: A Pocket Guide to

Wild Edible Plants of Texas: A Pocket Guide to the Identification, Collection, Preparation, and Use of 60 Wild Plants of the Lone Star State

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Galleon Product ID 16722470
UPC / ISBN 0977133397
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Author Charles W. Kane
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Number Of Pages 72
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Publication Date 2016-02-01
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Product Description Designed as a light-weight and field-portable reference booklet, Wild Edible Plants of Texas, highlights the Lone Star State's most important edible wild plants. To the point and understandable, this guide best suits the prepper or outdoor enthusiast in need of a salient introduction to the field. No fluff. Just the facts. Each of the 62 entries are comprised of the following sections: Range and Habitat, Edible Uses, Medicinal Uses (when applicable), Cautions, and Special Notes. Both common and scientific names are listed. Over 100 color photos assist in identification and in many cases showcase each plant's choice edible part. Every profile is assigned a Texas-only location map and a seasonal guide on the best harvesting time. A general index is included as are a dozen photos of the state's poisonous plants. Some of the entries have a greater-than Texas range, however many are uniquely Texan and hail from a specific region. West Texas' Chihuahuan Desert, the Hill Country of the Edwards Plateau, the Plains of the Panhandle, and the Piney Woods and Swamplands of the state's Coastal Plain all are botanically represented. Plant List: Agave, Algerita, Amaranth, Arrowhead, Bastard Cabbage, Black Cherry, Blackberry, Bumelia, Cattail, Cholla, Dayflower, Devil's Claw, Dewberry, Dock, Dwarf Palmetto, Elder, Flameflower, Graythorn, Ground Cherry, Hackberry, Hickory, Indian Strawberry, Jewels of Opar, Kudzu, Lambsquarters, Lemonade Berry, London Rocket, Lotus, Madrone, Mallow, Mesquite, Mulberry, Nettle, Oak, Passionflower, Pawpaw, Pecan, Pennywort, Persimmon, Pokeweed, Prickly Pear, Purslane, Redbud, Rusty Blackhaw, Sorrel, Sow Thistle, Spring Beauty, Sugarberry, Thistle, Turk's Cap, Walnut, Wild Gourd, Wild Grape, Wild Oats, Wild Onion, Wild Plum, Wild Sunflower, Winecup, Yaupon Holly, Yellow Nutsedge, Yucca (Fruit), and Yucca (Stalk). Printed and bound in the USA. From the Inside Flap Preface I began to give serious thought to the development of this pocket manual after bringing students to the Panhandle during the summer of 2014. The edible plant richness was particularly striking during one of our excursions along the bottomlands of the Canadian River. Persimmon, Cattail, Wild plum, and other significant food providers were thriving just a stone's throw away from the exposed hills of the high plains, which too had their share of wild food. Combining these areas with the eastern swamps and forests and the desert of the west, I knew I would have no lack of material to expound upon... From the Back Cover Know Your Local Edible Plants 60 wild Texas food plants Edible uses are fully explored Collection & preparation Distribution & habitat State-wide location maps Clear color photos Common & scientific names Concise synopsis of medicinal uses Cautions list look-alike plants & toxicity issues Special notes include helpful insights About the Author Author, researcher, and clinician, Charles W. Kane has been utilizing native edible and medicinal plants for 30+ years. Walking his talk, he maintains a decades-long office practice as an herbal practitioner (tcbmed.com). His latest titles include: Medicinal Plants of the Western Mountain States (2017), Wild Edible Plants of Arizona (2019), Wild Edible Plants of New Mexico (2019), and Wild Edible Plants of Colorado (2020).