Northeast Foraging by Leda Meredith
If you’re constantly wondering how to cook a cattail (plant!) or wondering if field garlic is as wonderful as it sounds, this book is for you. Be it winter or summer, woodlands or the seashore, you’ll find wild edibles and medicinal treasures with the help of this indispensable guide.
Peterson Field Guide to Medicinal Plants by Steven Foster and James A. Duke
An essential field guide for any hiker’s library! Identify medicinal plants of Eastern and Central North America with this straightforward guide that’s small enough to fit in your daypack. With over 530 plant allies featured, you’re bound to identify a plant on the trail by using the book’s simple organization-by-color system.
Southeast Foraging by Chris Bennett
Cleavers, elderberries, and goldenrod might seem like plants you can only find in the supplement aisle, but we assure you they grow wild right here in the United States. If you’re adventuring in Kentucky, Alabama, Virginia, Georgia, or anywhere else in the Southeast, we recommend keeping this book handy.