Is it healthy to eat rabbit weed?
The common name “Rabbit weed” has been associated with two different species in my research so far. One, the Bigelovia graveolens, is a prairie plant with a thin stalk and yellow blossoms at the top that can be used for dyeing. The second, Solanum villosum, is a Pacific Coast plant that has been crossed with a species of nightshade to create the Wonder-berry plant. The rabbit weed genes essentially “weeding” out the poisonous trait of nightshade to create a delicious berry similar to blueberries. Some argue that this cross could end up creating some poisonous berries though. Read more at the second link below.
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