Dryad’s Saddle, Nettle, Asparagus, Plantain, Violets, and Redbud Flowers Don’t like Dryad’s Saddle? You’re probably cooking it wrong. Dryad’s saddle, also known as Pheasant Back, fruits prolifically in the spring and fall. But many foragers ignore it, claiming it is …

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Raspberries, Salsify Buds, Sweet Cicely, Yarrow, Wood Sorrel, and Mayapple Black-cap raspberries are the first of the brambles to produce fruit, but the red raspberries are also ripening in some areas. Some years wild raspberries are dryand seedy. But this …

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