What to Forage in November – The Best Wild Food Plants To Harvest

Discover over thirty five wild food plants you can forage and harvest in November.

Availability should only be seen as a rough guide. Variations in climate and location will make a difference to what’s available.

AlexandersSmyrnium olusatrum
Leaf stalk: Raw, cooked.
Root: Cooked.

Blackthorn SloePrunus spinosa
Fruit: Raw, cooked.

Beech – Fagus sylvatica
Leaf: Tea.

Burdock – Arctium spp.
Root: Raw, cooked.

ChickweedStellaria media
Leaf: Raw, cooked.

Chicory – Cichorium intybus
Root: Cooked

Creeping Thistle – Cirsium arvense
Root: Raw, cooked.

DaisyBellis perennis
Leaf: Cooked

Dittander – Lepidium latifolium
Root: Cooked

Fennel – Foeniculum vulgare
Seed: Raw, cooked.

Garlic MustardAlliaria petiolata
Root: Raw, cooked.

Guelder RoseViburnum opulus
Fruit: Cooked.

Hairy BittercressCardamine hirsuta
Leaf: Raw, cooked.

HawthornCrataegus monogyna
Fruit: Raw, cooked.

Hedge BedstrawGalium mollugo
Tips/Shoots: Raw, cooked.

Hogweed – Heracleum sphondylium
Seed: Raw, cooked.

Horseradish – Armoracia rusticana
Root: Raw, cooked.

Juniper – Juniperus communis
Fruit: Cooked.

Meadowsweet – Filipendula ulmaria
Root: Cooked.

Navelwort – Umbilicus rupestris
Leaf: Raw, cooked.

OakQuercus spp.
Seed: Cooked

Orache – Atriplex spp.
Seed: Raw, cooked.

Orpine – Sedum telephium
Leaf: Raw, cooked.

Red Valerian – Centranthus ruber
Root: Cooked.

RosehipRosa canina
Fruit: Raw, cooked.

Rough Hawkbit – Leontodon hispidus
Root: Cooked.

RowanSorbus aucuparia
Fruit: Cooked.

Saxifrage – Chrysosplenium alternifolium
Leaf: Raw, cooked.

Sea Buckthorn – Hippophae rhamnoides
Fruit: Raw, cooked.

Sea Kale – Crambe maritima
Root: Raw, cooked.

Sea Purslane – Atriplex portulacoides
Seed: Raw, cooked.

Silver BirchBetula pendula
Twigs: Cooked.

SorrelRumex acetosa
Leaf: Raw, cooked.

Spear Thistle – Cirsium vulgare
Seed: Raw, cooked.

Sweet ChestnutCastanea sativa
Seed: Raw, cooked.

White Stonecrop – Sedum album
Leaf: Raw, cooked.

Wild AngelicaAngelica sylvestris
Root: Raw, cooked.
Seed: Raw, cooked.

Wild CarrotDaucus carota
Root: Raw, cooked.

Wild CeleryApium graveolens
Root: Cooked.

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