Wild Foods Home Garden

How to Grow & Use Wild Plants, Trees, Shrubs & Mushrooms

A Practical Guide Using Organic Gardening Methods




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Making Maple Syrup at Home:

Part 1 - Getting the Sap

Part 2 - Processing the Sap

This is a How-To step by step with pictures for making small amounts of Maple Syrup at home. It is a low-cost, low-tech approach that I have been using for over 25 years.


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Field Testing a Water Conservation Method

By: Pauline Vanderwerf

Pauline tries out a method from the book, “The Vegetable Gardener’s Bible” by Edward C. Smith, and shares her results.


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This new section is for articles related to Wild Food Gardening, and Gardening for food in general. If you would like to write an article for this section, I would love to hear from you. Send an e-mail to WildFoodsHomeGarden@gmail(dot)com. Of course, replace the (dot) with a real dot when putting that address in the "send to" box. I can't pay you for your articles, but if you are an aspiring writer interested in gardening related subjects, this might be a good place to get started and have your articles on-line to show as part of your portfolio. Articles you write will be credited with your name, and if you would like, a small picture of yourself beside your name where the article appears.



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Some Cautions
Dangerous Plants to Avoid Touching
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