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These plants grow around here. There's another plant called Blue Camus which was a kind of wild onion that was an important part of my tribe's winter diet. The only problem was the two plants were almost identical, so you could only identify the plants in spring by the different flowers. They would put notched sticks into the soil right next to the plants but each family would have a different notching system, for thier harvest territory, so that others couldn't come along and steal them during harvest time....
Around my neck of the woods there is a similar problem with Queen Anne's Lace- aka the wild carrot- and water hemlock. A LOT of people mess it up. I tell people don't harvest any "carrots" from the wetlands. Sadly, most don't listen and end up sick.