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When we have guests over for dinner, we usually like to start with a salad. As the salad is placed on the table, new guests will often query, "Gee, that looks so nice, but what is it?" Our salads don't often look like ordinary salads presented at your normal table and is often full of color. Yet the contents are rarely identifiable by the ordinary observer. I will usually retort, "Just weeds... Wait till the main course, we will probably have more."
In our area, New York, April is normally the time to harvest the Fiddleheads from the Ostrich Fern.
Asiatic Dayflower is a spiderwort and is an erect or reclining 3-petaled plant. Although we eat a lot of wild edibles this is one of our favorite steamed.