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Florida s Edible Wild Plants

Florida s Edible Wild Plants Author Peggy Sias Lantz
ISBN-10 0942084381
Release 2014-06-03
Pages 153
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This is a cookbook that focuses on gathering, preparing and cooking plants native to Florida.



Florida s Best Herbs and Spices

Florida s Best Herbs and Spices Author Charles R. Boning
ISBN-10 9781561644537
Release 2010
Pages 229
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Florida's warm climate provides residents with the opportunity to raise herbs and spices from around the globe. This book introduces gardeners to 89 herbs and spices suited to cultivation in Florida. Each plant is covered in a detailed profile, which includes illustrations, growing techniques, climate requirements, and distribution maps. Unique tropical plants such as vanilla, pandanus, and curryleaf grow in southern portions of the state. By making minor adjustments, the Florida gardener can raise nearly any popular northern herb, such as parsley and basil. You will find herbs and spices, both native and exotic, suitable for planting in every region of Florida. Find familiar plants along with those that are rare or obscure. Discover a unique mix of scents, flavors, textures, and colors. Growing your own herbs and spices will bring plants into your garden that look and smell good as well as providing fresh, interesting, and chemical-free tastes for your cooking. You can also save money as you add flavor. We at Pineapple Press are confident that this book, like its companion volume, Florida's Best Fruiting Plants, will be regarded as a gardening classic.



Florida s Incredible Wild Edibles

Florida s Incredible Wild Edibles Author Richard J. Deuerling
ISBN-10 188525802X
Release 1993-06-30
Pages 67
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Florida s Incredible Wild Edibles has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Florida s Incredible Wild Edibles also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Florida s Incredible Wild Edibles book for free.



Beginner s Guide to Edible Florida

Beginner s Guide to Edible Florida Author Don Philpott
ISBN-10 0972806202
Release 2014-09-01
Pages
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A guide to edible and herbal medicine plants - where to find them, how to identify way and their uses.



Southeast Foraging

Southeast Foraging Author Chris Bennett
ISBN-10 9781604696912
Release 2015-05-06
Pages 296
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From seashores and riverbanks to mountains, valleys, and overgrown fields, the beautiful Southeast is rich in wild edibles. Forager, farmer, teacher, and chef Chris Bennett helps you find the most delicious plants—from delectable wild greens, like the often-overlooked sweet, fan-shaped leaves of common mallow to wild hazelnuts, hickory nuts, and fruity black walnuts. Try making syrup from summer’s honeysuckle blooms, simmer a rosehip jam, or pickle some blackberries in vinegar to spark up a savory dish. Whether you venture out on the water for cattail corndogs and wild rice or stay close to home for the candy-crunch of hackberry fruits, this book will help you find an abundance of wild plants right outside your door.



Wild Plants for Survival in South Florida

Wild Plants for Survival in South Florida Author Julia Frances Morton
ISBN-10 LCCN:77072834
Release 1977
Pages 79
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Wild Plants for Survival in South Florida has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Wild Plants for Survival in South Florida also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Wild Plants for Survival in South Florida book for free.



Florida Ethnobotany

Florida Ethnobotany Author Daniel F. Austin
ISBN-10 0203491882
Release 2004-11-29
Pages 952
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Winner of the 2005 Klinger Book Award Presented by The Society for Economic Botany. Florida Ethnobotany provides a cross-cultural examination of how the state’s native plants have been used by its various peoples. This compilation includes common names of plants in their historical sequence, weaving together what was formerly esoteric information about each species into a full reference. The author accomplishes the monumental task of translating the common names of species, which offers insight into plant usage and a glimpse into the culture of each ethnic group or tribe. These common botanical names often demonstrate how individuals fit into their societies and how these societies functioned. Although there have been previous studies of plants used by the inhabitants of Florida, this is the first comprehensive synthesis of this flora-rich region that was so pivotal in the history of New World exploration.



Surviving the Wilds of Florida

Surviving the Wilds of Florida Author Reid F. Tillery
ISBN-10 0963429752
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 220
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This book is designed to help you fend for yourself and your companions while in Florida's wild areas. It can lead to greater enjoyment of your wilderness adventures and help bring you home safely every time. Included are the priorities of wilderness survival, navigation techniques, wildlife awareness, and safeguards for the wilds of Florida.



A Gardener s Guide to Florida s Native Plants

A Gardener s Guide to Florida s Native Plants Author Rufino Osorio
ISBN-10 0813018528
Release 2001
Pages 345
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Abundantly illustrated in full color, this guide provides detailed descriptions and methods of cultivation for 350 of Florida's most attractive and easily grown native plants, including ferns, wildflowers, shrubs, trees, vines, aquatics, and epiphytes (air plants). 359 color photos.



Florida s Best Fruiting Plants

Florida s Best Fruiting Plants Author Charles R. Boning
ISBN-10 9781561643721
Release 2006
Pages 232
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A comprehensive guide to fruit-bearing plants that thrive in the Florida environment. Discusses exotics and native species, familiar plants and dozens of rare and obscure plants.



Complete Guide to Florida Wildflowers

Complete Guide to Florida Wildflowers Author Roger L. Hammer
ISBN-10 9781493030941
Release 2018-04-01
Pages 392
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This guide features stunning color photographs of more than 600 common wildflowers of Florida. Detailed descriptions and full-color photos aid the reader in identifying plants in the field.



Foraging and Farming in the Eastern Woodlands

Foraging and Farming in the Eastern Woodlands Author C. Margaret Scarry
ISBN-10 081301235X
Release 1993-01
Pages 352
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"The latest thinking in Eastern Woodlands paleoethnobotany; a volume which belongs on the bookshelf of every archaeologist and paleoethnobotanist who is concerned with plants and culture in North America."--Deborah M. Pearsall, University of Missouri "The papers . . . provide succinct updates in a rapidly developing field [and] explore many facets of the cultural implications of plant remains, taking paleoethnobotanical interpretation in provocative new directions."--Gary W. Crawford, Erindale College Combining broad chronological syntheses and regionally specific case studies, this volume presents up-to-date findings about plant use by prehistoric and early historic peoples who lived in the Eastern Woodlands of North America. The contributors stress that current depictions of the subsistence strategies, settlement patterns, and social relations of these earliest Americans need to be reformulated to accommodate our new understanding of both the importance of native crops and the variability in peoples' foodways. Contents Introduction, by C. Margaret Scarry The Importance of Native Crops during the Late Archaic and Woodland Periods, by Richard A. Yarnell The Archaic Period and the Flotation Revolution, by Jefferson Chapman and Patty Jo Watson Early and Middle Woodland Period Paleoethnobotany, by Gayle J. Fritz Farmers of the Late Woodland, by Sissel Johannessen Variability in Mississippian Crop Production Strategies, by C. Margaret Scarry New Methods for Studying the Origins of New World Domesticates: The Squash Example, by Deena S. Decker-Walters Reanalysis of Seed Crops from Emge: New Implications for Late Woodland Subsistence-Settlement Systems, by Sandra L. Dunavan Plants and People: Cultural, Biological, and Ecological Responses to Wood Exploitation, by Lee A. Newsom Cultural Change and Subsistence: The Middle Woodland and Late Woodland Transition in the Mid-Ohio Valley, by Dee Anne Wymer Agricultural Risk and the Development of the Moundville Chiefdom, by C. Margaret Scarry Food, Dishes, and Society in the Mississippi Valley, by Sissel Johannessen Wood Overexploitation and the Collapse of Cahokia, by Neal H. Lopinot and William I. Woods Climate, Culture, and Oneota Subsistence in Central Illinois, by Frances B. King Old Customs and Traditions in New Terrain: Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Archaeobotanical Data from La Florida, by Donna L. Ruhl C. Margaret Scarry is staff archaeologist at the Program for Cultural Resource Assessment at the University of Kentucky and coauthor of Reconstructing Historic Subsistence: With an Example from Sixteenth-Century Spanish Florida.



Foraging and Feasting

Foraging and Feasting Author Dina Falconi
ISBN-10 0989343308
Release 2013-07-14
Pages 240
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Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook celebrates and reclaims the lost art of turning locally gathered wild plants into nutritious, delicious meals ? a traditional foodway long practiced by our ancestors but neglected in modern times. The book's beautiful, instructive botanical illustrations and enlightening recipes offer an adventurous and satisfying way to eat locally and seasonally. Readers will be able to identify, harvest, prepare, eat, and savor the wild bounty all around them. We share this project with you out of our long commitment to connecting with nature through food and art. The effort weaves together Dina?s 30 years of passionate investigations into wild-plant identification, foraging, and cooking with Wendy?s deft artistic skills honed over 15 years as a botanical illustrator. The result is an abundance of recipes and illustrations that explore creative ways to bring wild edibles into our lives. Part One of Foraging & Feasting serves as a visual guide, tracking 50 plants through their growing cycle. The images illustrate the culinary uses of wild plants at various seasons. Part Two contains easy-to-use references including Plant Chart Centerfolds and Seasonal Flow Charts. Part Three brings you into the kitchen; here you'll find more than 100 master recipes and countless variations formulated to help you easily turn wild plants into delectable salads, soups, beverages, meat dishes, desserts, and a host of other culinary delights. These recipes are not limited to wild ingredients; they can be used with cultivated ingredients as well, purchased or homegrown. Many of the recipes can be made to accommodate various dietary restrictions: gluten-free, casein-free, dairy-free, grain-free, and sugar-free. Among those who will find the book valuable are the health-conscious members of the Weston A Price Foundation, ever in search of nutrient-dense, traditional whole foods. Slow Food enthusiasts will appreciate how focusing on ancient, seas¬¬unusual edibles.



The Scout s Guide to Wild Edibles

The Scout s Guide to Wild Edibles Author Mike Krebill
ISBN-10 1943366063
Release 2016-11-15
Pages 176
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Ever seen a tasty-looking plant or mushroom in a yard or forest but weren't sure if it would taste good...or even be edible? In The Scout's Guide to Wild Edibles, renowned forager Mike Krebill profiles 40 widely-found edible wild plants and mushrooms of North America, in a guide small enough to fit right in a pocket. The author offers clear color photos and positive-ID tips for each plant, along with 15 recipes and 10 DIY activities for all skill levels. The Scout's Guide will help foragers locate, identify and safely enjoy wild edibles - with the added satisfaction of knowing exactly where their food came from.



Florida Wildflowers in Their Natural Communities

Florida Wildflowers in Their Natural Communities Author Walter Kingsley Taylor
ISBN-10 0813016169
Release 1998-01
Pages 370
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"This is the first photographic identification guide to have an extensive discussion of plant communities and to organize plants by plant community . . . of interest to anyone desiring to identify Florida flowering plants--individuals who enjoy the outdoors, amateur naturalists, teachers, students, and professional biologists."--Walter Judd, University of Florida Walter Taylor's guide will help readers recognize and identify wildflowers in a different way, not principally by their color or family group, but by where they're most likely to be found growing--their natural habitat. This book is the first of its kind for Florida. Taylor provides detailed descriptions and color photos of each community--pine flatwoods, sandhills, upland pine forest, scrub, temperate hardwood forest, coastal uplands, subtropical pine forest, tropical hardwood hammock, and ruderal sites--and of the wildflower species associated with each. For each flower, he provides the scientific and common names, a brief description, flowering time, habitats, geographical range, color photo, and miscellaneous comments. While most of the flowers are herbaceous, Taylor also includes characteristic woody types. He makes special mention of endangered or threatened species and species of special concern. The guide includes a number of limited-distributed species that have never been published in a book of this type. With individual photos (taken in the field) of more than 450 wildflower species, the most accurate range information available, and organization by ecological community, Taylor's guide aids not only in wildflower identification, but also in appreciation of the Florida landscapes that support them. By linking flowers with their natural habitats, it highlights the need to protect these ecologically unique communities to ensure survival of the wildflowers themselves. In addition, it offers a new resource for gardeners interested in planting native species. Walter Kingsley Taylor is professor of biology at the University of Central Florida, Orlando, and the author of The Guide to Florida Wildflowers. He has lived in Florida for thirty years.



South Florida Trees

South Florida Trees Author Bill Buckley
ISBN-10 0990676900
Release 2015-02-02
Pages 186
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The mangrove shorelines, lush wetlands, open pinelands, and shady hammocks of south Florida and the Keys harbor a tremendous diversity of trees. This field guide includes complete coverage of 150 species of trees found in these subtropical habitats. The key features of each tree are described and there are over 440 full color photographs, all by the author A glossary of botanical terms and an index of both common and scientific names are included.



Florida wild flowers and roadside plants

Florida wild flowers and roadside plants Author C. Ritchie Bell
ISBN-10 CORNELL:31924059831127
Release 1982-06-01
Pages 308
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This book is a helpful guide to identifying 500 species of Florida plant life, including rare as well as common wild flowers and characteristic trees, shrubs, vines, and ferns. Each description includes both common and scientific names, a range map, symbols to show the season of bloom, and a useful summary code of nine key plant, leaf, and flower characters, to aid in identification. With rich color photographs and brief, nontechnical notes to accompany each species, this handbook is a valuable reference for tourists, residents, students, and anyone interested in plants in all seasons of the year, from Pensacola to the Keys.