Edible Wild Plant Seeds

All natural edible wild plant seeds for planting.

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Wild Plant Seeds

All seeds are grown 100% naturally.
ground cherry
Ground Cherry

(Physalis pubescens)
25 seeds
Sweet, tangy & the size of a grape, ground cherries resemble small tomatillos. Also known as husk tomatoes, as the fruit is hidden inside a husk that turns brown and cracks open when ripe. This is a wild plant native to the Americas & Australasia that is also cultivated & traded all around the world. 
Plants are about 2 feet tall by 2 feet wide.
Start indoors 6 weeks before last frost. Plant starts in garden after last frost.
More ground cherry info.


senna plant

(Senna hebecarpa)
15 seeds
Senna is a perennial herb that grows naturally in eastern North America. Senna has many uses, from a natural laxative to a substitute for coffee depending on what part of the plant is used. 
In some parts of the world a high protein meat substitute is made from crushed fermented leaves. Beautiful yellow flowers give way to long slender edible beans. 
Grows to a height of 3-5 feet.
Will spread by rhizome.
Plant scarified seeds in fall or spring, 1/8 inch deep, either in containers or directly in the ground.  
More about growing & consuming senna.


flameleaf sumac berry clusters
Sumac (flameleaf)

(Rhus copallina L.)
25 seeds
Sumac seeds require scarification prior to germination.
Perineal woody shrub that grows 7-15 feet tall. 
The seeds (berries) form large clusters (great for decoration when dried). They are also used to make sumac tea that is very high in vitamin C, & taste similar to lemonade. Just put a few in your mouth for a crisp, tart, candy like flavor (don't swallow the actual seeds, spit them out when the flavor is gone). Beneficial for many species of wildlife.
From MSU extension, "Sumac is reported to have several medicinal benefits. American Indians used it to treat colds, fever and scurvy while also grinding the berries mixed with clay and using as a salve on open wounds. Sumac has also shown to have benefits for treating diarrhea, dysentery, sore throats, infections, asthma and cold sores. Sumac berries are also used in beekeeping smokers".
More info on growing sumac.


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