Edible herbaceous wild plants common to the james river watershed
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Edible Herbaceous Wild Plants Common to the James River Watershed. Presented by, Carrie Edmonds. “Garlic Mustard” Alliaria petiolata. Found on the North Bank Trail, North Side of Belle Isle, and the Belle Isle Rocks on the South Side of the Isle. “Lamb’s Quarters” Chenopodium album.

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Edible herbaceous wild plants common to the james river watershed

Edible Herbaceous Wild Plants Common to the James River Watershed

Presented by,

Carrie Edmonds


Garlic mustard alliaria petiolata

“Garlic Mustard” Alliariapetiolata

Found on the North Bank Trail, North Side of Belle Isle,

and the Belle Isle Rocks on the South Side of the Isle


Lamb s quarters chenopodium album

“Lamb’s Quarters” Chenopodium album

Found on the Eastern Most End of the North Bank Trail

and the Front Tip of Belle Isle


Milkweed asclepias syriaca

“Milkweed” Asclepiassyriaca

Found in the sunny, open meadow near Reedy Creek


Purslane portulaca oleracea

“Purslane” Portulacaoleracea

Found behind the soccer field across from the Cary Street Gym


Stinging nettles urtica dioica

“Stinging Nettles” Urticadioica

Found on the Front Tip of Belle Isle


Wild onion allium spp

“Wild Onion” Allium spp.

Found in the sunny, open meadow near Reedy Creek

and on the Northbank Trail


Main resource

Main Resource

  • Lyle, K. L. The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants, Mushrooms, Fruits, and Nuts: How to Find, Identify, and Cook Them. Guilford: Morris, 2004,2010. Print.


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