jack in the pulpit

the root/bulb will be one of my taboo trys along with cow parsnip and mayapple


One Response to “jack in the pulpit”

  1. wareagle69 Says:

    the thing about studying wild edibles is you really learn to slow down and be observant, many who do not partake of this journey will never truly understand, they will only tell of caution, but to one who understands what they are looking at there is no need for caution only understanding.
    Once the parsnip grows and flowers and you can observe it you will never confuse it with any thing else, the biggest and easiest way is that the umbels are yellow and not white, the end of story, yellow not white.

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