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Hello


I was wondering if any one knows what these couple of plants are.

First one iis usually on disturbed sites the picture was taken in a section of pine flatwoods in southern Florida that had a fire a couple of months ago


Another picture


and here is the other plant it is everywhere


Any help would be appreciated
 
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the first one looks like a kind of poke weed. If it is Poke, the berries make a good die and the leaves can be blanched and eaten.

I cant see the second plant very well
 
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Yeah, for sure poke on the first one, it is delicious and some old timers I know say they wouldn't change the water on first poke shoots any more than for asparagus. Later grown leaves as a famine food, maybe. Poke is IMHO the most delicious greens, simply prepared in soft water with country ham or salt pork and seasoned with hot pepper vinegar...
 
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