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African Potato Mint
Also known as Kaffir Potato. This mint relative is grown for its potato-like tuber. These tubers can get very large, up to 4 lbs., are very high in protein, carbohydrate, iron and calcium. A so called “lost crop” of Africa that in fact is of immense value today! Thrives in hot and fairly dry conditions. Requires 6 months of warm to hot growing conditions to yield mature tubers.

Three OMRI #Organic plants will be available for drawing at tomorrow's event (will tag event when on computer). Original plant was from Timothy Noyes. Sharing the plant and will keep propagating it for EPP. Laura Halmuth this was the plant I brought for your SEWParty.
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TOMORROW NIGHT - Come on out and check out our NEW Home Propagation Project plants and 'Foster Parents'
Buy some plants - Sweet & Savory Sellabration
April 27th 5:00pm
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2017 Plant Sale & Spring Celebration

April 27, 2017, 5:00pm - April 27, 2017, 7:00pm

Come join us for the official kick off of the 2017 Spring season. Meet our very own Home Propagatio...

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I have an announcement to make--after waiting ALL winter. We finally have some peach seeds that germinated from last year's crop. This is a first! I have gotten everything else to germinate over the years but the peaches. Finally-success! ... See MoreSee Less

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2nd Wed Edible Plants Farmer's Market

April 12, 2017, 4:00pm - April 12, 2017, 7:00pm

"The EPP is taking the show on the road – As Usual! Jacquilne & Enio will be there from 4:00 unti...

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EPP & Healing Arts

April 29, 2017, 9:00am - April 29, 2017, 12:00pm

The Edible Plant Project presents The EPP Road Show Find Tad DeGroat at the Healing Arts Festival At...

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Foraging maps

Please visit Falling Fruit, for a global map. You may view & add there. See the bottom of this page for links to other maps, including our EPP FL maps.

Integrated Falling Fruit version, please add there.    Their site allows you to add more info, including labels & notes. No log in required. Go to site to see labels.



Gainesville Area Public Edibles
in a larger map with instructions of how to add a local edible yourself.

Tallahassee Map (EPP) , Falling Fruit
Orlando (Falling Fruit)
Tampa (Falling Fruit)
Palm Beach County (EPP)
Miami (Falling Fruit) (zoom out for other parts of S FL)
 

Old Google Maps version – DOES NOT UPDATE THE OTHER MAP, BUT CAN ADD WITH GOOGLE ACCOUNT and save to your places.   *Click on a pin (or mouse over) to see what delicious edible is growing where, and when.Or you can view the whole map with instructions for adding your own found edibles by clicking the link below this map.

GEORGIA
 Concrete Jungle www.concrete-jungle.org
 Such an amazing site & we wish our maps were like their! Browse by fruit, coded pins!

Tours:
Homestead (S of Miami) Guided tours are conducted everyday at the Fruit & Spice Park

Naples  ECHO http://echonet.org/global-farm-tours/

Updated by Brian S., 01/12/2014

2 comments to Foraging maps

  • This is from Caleb Phillips: http://www.fallingfruit.org
    “I wanted to let y’all know about a new website called FallingFruit.org.
    It’s a project of myself (a scientist, working on food systems and food
    waste) and a geography researcher in Boulder, Colorado. We both had been
    working on urban foraging maps in other cities and decided to come together
    and create one big interactive map for all of North America, with the hopes
    that the many folks currently mapping urban food sources in isolation (such
    as yourselves) can come together in one place. We’ve put a huge amount of
    work into the site, which is a totally non-profit and open (source and
    data). We’ve loaded the map with all the data we could find on the
    Internet, preserving as much about the authorship and sources as
    possible. We’ve even pulled in municipal data when available. Give the
    site a look and tell us what you think. We’d love your thoughts and
    feedback.”

  • brian stanton

    Thanks to Caleb & Ethan for integrating our maps into their global map!

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