Foraging Update: Cattails, Nettle, Asparagus, Milkweed Shoots & Wild Mushrooms oh my!

Once the wild garlic and the fiddleheads were harvested I thought my foraging days would slow down a bit before the wild mushrooms took over but boy was I wrong!

I’m constantly amazed at the variety, versatility and bounty of our natural surroundings.

Here are some of the recent wild edibles I’ve found on my walks. I hope you enjoy them and find some inspiration to do your own foraging where you live!

P.S. foraging, identification and recipes to come sometime when I’ve got time for blogging! 😀

Pheasant’s Back:

Pheasant's Back

Cattail Shoots:

Cattails

Cattail Shoots

Wild Onion Chives (in the bucket sitting next to a pot I bought just 24 hours earlier oups!):

Planting Herbs

Milkweed Shoots & Stinging Nettle Tops:

P.S. Easy on the milkweed – we need to leave lots for the monarch butterflies! 🙂

Milkweed Shoots & Stinging Nettle Tops

Wild Oyster Mushrooms:

Wild Oyster Mushrooms

Wild Oyster Mushrooms

Oyster Mushrooms

What’s your favourite thing to forage in spring?

I’d love to hear your thoughts! Please share your comments below!

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