Eight springtime wildflowers you can eat

Each spring as the world comes alive again, wildflowers begin to burst into color at the same time that humans pull out their weedwackers and lawnmowers to chop off their flower tops or rip them out of flowerbeds. Growing right in our yards and paths are these harbingers of spring—and a lot of them are edible. Read more. Credit: Chesapeake Bay Program.