credit: westernwildflower.comThe Northwest is flush with edible wild plants, inside the city

credit: westernwildflower.comThe Northwest is flush with edible wild plants, inside the city as well as out. Author of Wild Plants of Greater Seattle, local expert Arthur Lee Jacobson offers a hands-on class in plant identification, so that you may better enjoy your hikes, and consume a little roughage along the way. You’ll learn to identify 40 edible plants and six toxic varieties, including Candyflower, Mustard, Oregon Grape, Salal, Vetch, and Wild Garlic. (Indoor, with slides and plants.) Wild Edible Plants,Dandelion Botanical Company, 5424 Ballard Avenue N.W., Second Floor, , 545-8892. Call to enroll. $15. Saturday, March 13, 10:30 a.m.-noon.


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