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These plants CAN be a nuisance, with some species having stinging hairs… BUT they are edible and highly nutritious, with various other uses as well!
This relative of the European Robin nests across Eurasia, can sometimes be found in small numbers in North America, and overwinters in Africa.
The brilliant blue, white, or pink of these flowers are actually 5 to 25 colored sepals rather than petals. They appear to float upon a mist of thread-like bracts above feathery, pinnately divided leaves.
These nearly ubiquitous, often evergreen vines are almost entirely edible outside of their berries. Try their tender tendrils. 😉
This bright, tropical-looking black and yellow bird from Southeast Asia is related to chickadees and titmice
This brightly colored, chunky bird is not found in America but frequents gardens and backyards in the UK and throughout much of Europe.
This is the species that is used as THE cultivated walnut tree. It has pinnately compound leaves with about 7 alternate leaflets, larger towards the tip or terminal end.
One of the few species to walk face-first down tree trunks, this little bird also has a distinct black stripe through its eye.
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