When & Where to Find:
Here in South Dakota the first flowers started to show up in Late May. Originally I learned about this plant while hiking the Northshore of Minnesota and have since randomly found it here and there. I still have yet to properly ID the name but based on my experience it likes moist woodland areas and might flower all summer. Don’t quote me on that! The flower is unmistakable but more information is coming soon.
How to Eat
So far it is a trail-side gift when stumbled upon as I simply eat the top of the flower (with the little red globe-balls) for a mouth full of sweetness.