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"It was a quiet way-/ He asked if I was his-/ I made no answer of the Tongue/ But answer of the Eyes-/ And then He bore me on/ Before this mortal noise/ With swiftness, as of Chariots/ And distance, as of wheels." ~~ Emily Dickinson

"It was a quiet way-/ He asked if I was his-/ I made no answer of the Tongue/ But answer of the Eyes-/ And then He bore me on/ Before this mortal noise/ With swiftness, as of Chariots/ And distance, as of wheels.

Wild garlic - add to mashed potato or make pesto... Or steam with spinach, add to stir-fries. Hedgerow food for free!

Really Simple Wild Garlic Pesto (Nut free) - A Truly British Family - Consumer champions of manufacturing & farming

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Edible Wild Plants: 19 Wild Plants You Can Eat to Survive in the Wild

The Kiowa Indians chewed on wood sorrel to alleviate thirst, and the Cherokee ate the plant to cure mouth sores. The leaves are a great source of vitamin C. The roots of the wood sorrel can be boiled. They’re starchy and taste a bit like a potato.

American Elderberry / Sambucus canadensis / The flowers and ripe fruit are very edible, though other parts of the plant including the unripe berries are toxic. Can get 12 ft high.

American Elderberry / Sambucus canadensis / The flowers and ripe fruit are very edible, though other parts of the plant including the unripe berries are toxic. Can get 12 ft high.

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