Devils Club

Oplopanax horridus

  • roots can be cooked and eaten.

  • young fleshy stems are edible when cooked.

  • young leaves lack the stiff spines and can be eaten raw.

  • berries are not edible.

  • grows in moist areas that are shaded from the sun, in both foothill and montane regions.

  • warning: plant spines can cause infections or allergic reactions.

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