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Garden Time - Don't Kill your Weeds, Eat Them
Why apply chemicals to remove your weeds, when you can harvest them to eat! We wander through a backyard to assemble a salad with a plant expert


Eastern Blue violet - Viola sororia
Mild Green, eat the young leaves.

Miner's Lettuce - Claytonia perfoliata
Young leaves
Northwest only. Delicious.

Wild Mustard - Brassica rapa
Pungent green. Best tasting of all the mustards. Flowers.

Sheep Sorrel - Rumex acetosella
Sour green.

Ox-eye Daisy - Leucanthemum vulgare
Sweet green.

Dandelion - Taraxacum officinale
Bitter green.


Techniques by gardengeek
Planting Diagram
Edible Yard Weeds
Edible Weeds - Amaranth
Edible Weeds - Rumex Sorrel Grass
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Eating Wild Stinging Nettles
Eating Garden Snails
Catching Snails
How to improve your digital images with Photosho
Making Bent Wood Trellis

HHG Techniques
Feed your soil
Creating the Perfect Garden
How to Compost
"No-turn" composting
~ Composting leaves
~ Leaf-mould tea
How to prepare soil for new grass sods
Using old seeds
Taking Digital Pictures of Flowers
Vegetable Storage at Home
Compost, Don't Burn!
Turning snails into escargot
Multi Seed Sowing - What could have gone wrong?
Bulding Trellises for Peas and Beans
Growing Beets
Plant beans to enrich soil with nitrogen
Square Foot Gardening
Manure Tea - Natures Liquid Plant Food
Raised Bed Gardening
Natural or Organic Aphid Control
Companion Planting


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