Dandelions from seed! Yes, just pick one of those puff balls, and plant them, seed by seed in a seed bed, or in whatever seed starter system you use. I like these coconut pots because it makes it possible to plant the seedling in the pot, eliminating stress. But, that is a detail. The important … Continue reading Dandelions from Seed!
These berries are growing on the path to “Panther Beach” a few miles north of Santa Cruz, California where I collect mussels. The photograph was taken January 10th. While spring does come early to the North-Central California Coast, this is early for the berries to start blooming. Also, near this plant, the nettles are beginning … Continue reading Signs of Climate Change
Dandelion and wild lettuces are common in the Northern Hemisphere. During the growing seasons it is pretty impossible, even in a big city, to not pass dandelion and wild lettuce. But, I know for myself, that even though I love foraging that there is often some kind of impediment, like a force field, that seems to keep … Continue reading Starting out with Wild Greens