Edible Seashore of the Pacific Northwest
blades can be cooked as a spinach substitute.
blades are up to 30m (99') in length and 1m (3') in width, and have a hollow midrib which buoys them to surface, where they form a canopy.
grow in subtidal regions.
Edible Berries of PNW
Edible Mushrooms of PNW
Edible Plants of PNW