Some of my herb association friends suggested books, but they seem to just describe each plant and not address distinctions that would help dseparate them from other plants.
It is really best if you can find someone in your area that can work with you in person … Perhaps inquire at a local herb/health store – they would likely know of someone…. Hopefully you will be able to find someone that does weed walks – this is what Susun always recommends. Over the internet or thru just pictures just leaves a lot of room for error …
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