Dr. Jennifer Williamson Even though this exercise in writing about medicinal plants I find near my home is 100% self-imposed, I feel like I am cheating a little with this one. My neighbor planted [...]
Dr. Jennifer Williamson Dogwood (Cornus sanguinea) is growing all over my little mountain. When I first noticed it, I was driving down our road and saw black berries and red stems. Immediately, I [...]
Dr. Jennifer Williamson, ND Boneset (Eupatorium perfoliatum), the sister to Joe-Pye Weed about which I’ve written, was literally across the street and already in my file of photographed plants. I [...]
Dr. Jennifer Williamson, ND These pretty yellow flowers are on the plant that produces Black Mustard (Brassica nigra). The seeds, sprouts, stems and leaves are all edible. Leaves can be eaten raw [...]
Dr. Jennifer Williamson, ND Spotted Jewelweed (Impatiens biflora) is an invaluable plant to know if you hike or forage. Thankfully, it’s also fairly easy to identify in a sea of green foliage. If [...]
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