Wild ginger is a low growing, shade-loving perennial with heart-shaped leaves. Landscapers use it as a ground cover under dense shade, and it grows wild in woodland regions across the country. Once you know how to identify it, wild ginger is easy to forage for! #foraging #wild #ginger #spring #practicalselfreliance
Click on the link to find out more about this plant as well as the other 400 plants found inside The Forager’s Guide to Wild Foods (the North American Edition) tasty and nutritious as this plant. If you find a single Gooseberry bush, you can gather around 12 pounds of Gooseberries and you can return year after year to take advantage of it.