Guide to Common Edible Plants of British Columbia - Handbook No. 20

By: Szczawinski, Adam F.; Hardy, George A.

Price: $49.95

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Book Condition: Good

90 pages including index and bibliography. "Includes those plants which seem to be most easily available, most easily recognized, and most difficult to confuse with poisonous plants. Selected from as wide a geographic range as possible." - from Introduction. Includes species from beaches, alpine meadows and the northern tundra. Covers: bracken fern, sword fen, ostrich fern, the junipers, lodgepole pine, western yellow pine, june berry , alpine and red bearberry, kinnikinik, orgeon grape, crowberry, salal, labrador tea, bob cranberry, choke cherry, gooseberry and currant, wild rose, blackberries, raspberries, thimbleberry, salmonberry, cloudberry, elderberry, buffalo berry, blueberry, huckleberry, bilberry, whortleberry, cranberry, mountain bilberry, evergreen huckleberry, red huckleberry, mountain cranberry, squashberry, couch-grass, wild onion, milkweed, orach, balsam root, plus over 30 more edible plants from the B.C. landscape. Includes dozens of black and white detailed illustrations. Average wear. Unmarked.. A sound vintage copy of this handy and possibly life-saving reference.