Guide to Wild Manzanita

The berries from a wild Manzanita flower are edible, and can be used for tasty jellies and jams.



Ripe wild manzanita berries.
Photo courtesy Chicago Review Press
Wild Manzanita flowers and leaf.
Photo by Dude McLean
"Guide to Wild Foods, Second Edition" comes from Christopher Nyerges, a leading voice for the promotion of the health and lifestyle benefits of wild edibles.
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