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Pignut
 

 

Pignut is a small, slender member of the Umbellifer (Carrot) family and can be identified by its very fine leaves. It is found in late spring and early summer in woods and grassland.

The tuber is edible to pigs, hence the name, and also to humans.

 

 

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