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Wild Potato

Wild Potato (Hedysarum alpinum) is a perennial often found on the edges of wooded areas.  Its long branches (24-36” tall) are covered with oval leaves and hanging pea shaped blossoms that range in color from light pink to fuschia.  Although the root of this plant is eaten by native Alaskans, plants from the Pea family may absorb selenium from the soil causing toxicity. We do not recommend consuming any part of this plant.      

Wild Potato

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