at the edge of a gravel parking lot
Also know as Lambs Quarter. This plant is found by water and can be identified by its grey-green leaves. There is usually a white powder on the leaves as well. Its leaves resemble the the feet of geese.
This wild edible has increased in popularity and can be found at many Farmer's Market for 2 bucks a bag, find it yourself and that's some good free eats.
I know this plant as" lambs quarters". I'm sure that anyone who plants a garden knows this prolific alien weed. Have you ever cooked the leaves and terminal shoots like spinach? If not, you don't know what you're missing. Yum!!! More mild than spinach.
Aka Lambsquarter, Pigweed & Chenopodium Album. Found in interior Alaska in small open area in tioga forest on side of hill.
Chenopodium album is a fast-growing weedy annual plant in the genus Chenopodium that is extensively cultivated and consumed in Northern India as a food crop (referred to as à¤¬à¤¥à¥à¤†; i.e. "Bathua" or "Bathuwa" in Hindi). In Britain, where the plant is considered a weed, its standard name is Fat-hen;, though this is used for other plants also; the unambiguous name is White Goosefoot, and it is also known as lamb's quarters, nickel greens, pigweed or dungweed,...