Wild Herb Card Decks 2 decks (different cards in each deck) Each deck contains 34 cards printed on plastic (15 mil rigid vinyl) including front and back cards which give foraging tips and a bibliography card for more information.
Full color photos
Identification, Edibility, Medicinal Use, Foraging tips
2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ cards – size of playing cards
Holes in upper left corner to accommodate 1” ring
Portable for your back pack, 72 hour kit, car
– Use the deck when camping or hiking.
– Keep a deck inside your car & bugout bag.
– Use the deck at home to see what is in your own yard.
To use as a game: take the deck apart, lay them out, and try to guess the plant. Names are printed on the back so you can see how many you guessed correctly. Play with family and friends or solitaire. Cards do not have playing card symbols so I could fit as much information as possible onto each card.
Deck 2 contains some toxic plants to help prevent mistakes in identification. All toxic plant cards have a red skull and crossbones on the back as a warning.
List of plants in both decks: Alfalfa, Amaranth, Arrowleaf Balsamroot, Birch, Burdock, Camas, Catnip, Cattail, Chicory, Chokecherry, Cleavers, Clovers red and white, Currants, Dandelion, Dock, Echinacea, Elderberry, Feverfew, Fireweed, Flax, Gumweed, Hawthorn, Horehound, Horsetail, Houndstongue, Juniper, Lambsquarters, Mallow, Milkweed, Miners Lettuce, Monarda, Mullein, Nettle, Nightshade, Oak, Oregon Grape, Pine, Pineapple Weed, Plantain, Poison Hemlock, Poison Hemlock and Yarrow – compared side by side, Poison Ivy, Prickly Pear, Puncture Vine, Purslane, Purslane and Spurge – compared side by side, Rose, Sagebrush, Salsify, Sego Lily, Serviceberry, Shepherds Purse, Strawberry, Sumac, Sunflower, Teasel, Thimbleberry, Thistle, Violet, Wild Lettuce, Yarrow, and Yucca