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Poisonous or Edible?

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See Poison or Edible SectionThis section will help inform you on the many edible plants found in the Toledo Bend area - and the poisonous ones, too. And, interestingly, some are both, depending on the part of the plant or how it is used.

This is a brand new section as of December 6, 2010. We expect to continue adding to it - so check back from time to time to see more!

Aesculus pavia - Red Buckeye
Bacopa monnieri - Herb of Grace
Allium canadense - Wild Garlic
Brassica nigra - Black Mustard
Cicuta maculata - Spotted Water Hemlock
Claytonia virginica - Virginia Spring Beauty
Crataegus marshallii - Parsley Hawthorn
Cyperus esculentus - Yellow Nutsedge
Erythrina herbacea - Coral Bean
Galium aparine - Cleavers

Ipomoea pandurata - Wild (Sweet) Potato
Lactuca canadensis - Wild Lettuce
Lamium amplexicaule - Henbit
Melilotus indica - Yellow Sour Clover
Nelumbo lutea - Yellow Lotus-lily

Phytolacca americana - Pokeweed
Plantago major - Common Plantain
Ranunculus septentrionalis - Swamp Buttercup
Rosa bracteata

Sagittaria latifolia - Arrowhead
Sambucus canadensis - Elderberry
Smilax bona-nox - Greenbrier / Catbrier
Solanum carolinense - Horse Nettle / Bull Nettle
Stellaria media - Chickweed
Toxicodendron pubescens - Atlantic Poison Oak
Toxicodendron radicans - Poison Ivy
Typha latifolia - Common Cattail
Vaccinium corymbosum - Highbush Blueberry
Vaccinium stamineum - Deerberry
Vitis mustangensis - Mustang Grape
Vitis rotundifolia - Muscadine Grape

 

DISCLAIMER: While a great deal of effort is made to properly identify the various plants and to properly identify the characteristics which are poisonous, edible, or otherwise no claim of perfection is made. You should check multiple sources before eating or using any plant that you are unfamiliar with and make certain the plant you attempt to use is correctly identified. As a condition of use of this website you agree to hold Toledo-Bend.us - Toledo Bend Gallery - Frank Dutton harmless for any action taken based on information contained herein.

SOURCES FOR THIS SECTION: While we attempt to identify all sources, some will inevitably get missed, but the ones listed are, at least, our primary sources:
Edible Wild Plants - A North American Field Guide... - Elias/Dykeman; Wikipedia.org; U.S. National Library of Medicine - National Institutes of Health; Purdue University - Center for New Crops & Plant Products; LSU School of Renewable Natural Resources; 2BNTheWild.com;