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SURVIVE AND THRIVE PHILADELPHIA Message Board Survival website resources › plant identification

plant identification

jesse t
jehoiakim
Voorhees, NJ
Post #: 1
while the best way to learn your native plants is through practice, below is a great website you can used to get started. Occasionally Wildman Steve makes ventures to PA and NJ to teach plant identification.

http://www.wildmanste...­

he also has a you tube channel
http://www.youtube.co...­

and below is a link to the Native Plant Society of New Jersey (I know there are others in PA)
http://www.npsnj.org/...­

I'm sure you have also noticed the print materials you can get such as some pamphlets and field guides available at Barnes and Noble in the nature section. There is also a great book BUT IT IS NOT FOR AMATEURS... Botany and Healing: Medicinal Plants of New Jersey and the Region by Cecil. C. Still. Currently there are some dirt cheap versions on Amazon.

***If you think you know what your doing you better be sure because a lot of stuff can seriously hurt you if worse if you haven't done your homework and there is a lot of look alike stuff out there.
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