Northern Bushcraft


  • flower and leaves are edible raw.
  • dried sap from stem and leaves can be chewed or eaten as gum.
  • varieties in the Pacific Northwest include Orange agoseris (Agoseris aurantiaca) and Short-beaked agoseris (Agoseris glauca).
  • look for agoseris on grassy, open foothills, montane slopes, and alpine/subalpine areas.
  • edible look-alikes in the Pacific Northwest are dandelion and salsify.
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Related topics: Plants of PNW - Berries of PNW - Mushrooms of California - Mushrooms of Washington
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