Colorful tubers from the Andean Highlands that can be sweet, sour, or savory.
A creepy looking edible citron growth that contains neither pulp nor seeds.
The tenured king of bad reputations. The smelliest kid on the block. The most delicious tree fruit of all time. What do you think?
A regal evergreen plant used in landscaping that produces big old berries of sweet weirdness.
It reeks of corpses, yet, sometime in human history, we all decided to make this corpse flower a major food crop: humankind’s dirty little secret.
Lets rap about a plant that can provide delicious jelly OR take care of your ailing vagina.
The ancient book of yarrow is full of war, magic, healing, and faith.
The bitter melon is a commonly used food in asian culture but nobody seems to know if the ripe fruit will make you violently ill or not. Let’s find out the truth.
A beautiful seed crop for your garden with a long and bloody history.
The original gluten free organic superfood ancient grain grows wild with no supplemental watering.
If this site inspires you to do one thing, let it be this: find this plant in your backyard and make tempura with it.
A wild xeric plant with plum-shaped pods.
A cold-hardy passion fruit for vegetable gardens in temperate areas.
A vine that produces edible bulbils that look like potatoes, survives the cold, and produces giant (delicious) tubers. Count me in.
Thissy here is a wild and beautiful bush with gorgeous flowers… oh yeah… and it produces a colossal man-sized sweet potato underground.
How can a man get pregnant? Can a man make berrirific lemonade from this wild roadside weed-tree? Apparently, yes & yes.
If you ever find yourself naked, bewildered, and running from a marauding group of men who wish to murder you, you may wish that you had become a bit more familiar with bread root: a wild plant with an edible root.
A wild and sweet spring underground vegetable.
A wild edible salad green that is loaded with vitamin C that can be grown indoors in low light.