Are azaleas edible plants for animals?

Answer Azaleas are not edible plants for animals or humans. All parts of an azalea are poisonous. If you see an animal or human eat any part of an azalea, call your physician, hospital or a poison control... Read More »

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A List of Edible Native Plants & Animals in Pennsylvania?

People have always looked to the land for sustenance, from ancient indigenous people to America's early colonists. With a humid continental climate and diverse topography, Pennsylvania is home to a... Read More »

Edible Perennial Plants?

Edible perennials: fun to say and smart to add to the family cuisine. They can please the palate and the eye. Whether you are planting edible perennials with an eye toward harvesting the food they ... Read More »

Edible Lavender Plants?

Although it is best known for its fragrance in perfumes and sachets, lavender has been used as a culinary herb for hundreds of years. A number of species and varieties of lavender plants are used a... Read More »

Are all aloe plants edible?

The lower leaves of the aloe vera plant have medicinal uses. The gel contained in the lower leaf is often used to treat damaged human skin. The leaves and seeds of the plant are both also edible.So... Read More »