Wood sorrel is one of the most common edible wild plants. It is easy to identify and has a zangy, lemon taste. Wood Sorrel is a great wild food for kids.

The plant has heart-shaped leaves, folded through the middle, that occur in groups of three atop a reddish brown stalk. It flowers for a few months during the spring, with small white flowers

To learn more about Identifying Wood Sorrel and it's medicional uses check out the DVD Wild Edible Plants: The Ultimate Guide to Identifying and Harvesting Wild Food!