What are some examples of edible tap roots?

Answer Carrots, parsnips and turnips are three examples.

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Are wild lupine roots edible?

According to Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, the Columbia River Indians used the dried roots of the Lupinus littoralis Douglas, a type of wild lupine, as winter food. Other lupine seeds hav... Read More »

Do wisteria roots affect other tree roots nearby?

Wisteria roots are very strong, and will interfere with anything in their path, including other roots. You can bury a piece of corrugated plastic between the wisteria and the other plant to prevent... Read More »

What is the depth of roots of St. Augustine grass roots?

St. Augustine grass roots reach a depth anywhere between 40 to 60 centimeters or fifteen to 24 inches, depending on soil conditions, where it is growing geographically and climate conditions.Refere... Read More »

How to Tell If a Wild Berry Is Edible or Non-Edible?

Many berries that grow in the wild are tasty and harmless if eaten. If you are on a hiking trip or camping in the wild, and stumble upon a bush full of luscious looking berries, you may be tempted... Read More »