Rachel Lambert: forager, author, guide

Wild Food: Ground Ivy

Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) is an aromatic evergreen and a member of the Lamiaceae family of plants. Also known as the mint, dead-nettle or sage family. Online you'll find a lot of information about how to get rid of this plant as it can be an invasive ground cover. You could also eat it!

A carpet of ground ivy growing wild

As a forager, I search out tasty and beneficial weeds as a source of food and medicine, including ground ivy. Here I share why! Plus my ground ivy song to help remember its qualities.

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