Rose Hips – Wild Edibles Series

In this video we explore the wonderful and sweet rose hip. Rose hips are a wild edible that is best harvested in the fall after the first frost or two. In this video we take an up close look at the plant talk about how you can enjoy this wild edible on the trail, and give a few tips and cautions about utilizing rose hips for consumption.

A few cool facts about rose hips…
1) All rose hips are edible, but do vary in taste from species to species
2) Rose hips contain 50 times the vitamin C compared to citrus fruits
3) The hairs on the seed of rose hips were used to make the first itching powder.

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