The plants and trees listed below are indigenous to the Carolinian Forests of Ontario. They have been selected for taste as well as their potential commercial value. The foods with an *asterisk* are common to the Carolinian Forest and are not found in the St. Lawrence forests or Boreal forest ecosystems.
|Elderberries||Jerusalem Artichoke||Box Elder||Black trumpets||Wild Mustard|
|Riverbank Grape||Milkweed||Cedar||Velvet Shank|
|Blueberries||Ox-eye Daisy||Hawthorn||Bay Boletus||Sweet Fern|
|Blackberries||Wild Leek||Sugar Maple||Birch Boletus (red caps, scaber stalk)||Sweet Gale|
|Black Raspberries||Wild Onion||Acorns (Burr Oak)||Chanterelles||Wintergreen|
|Canada Plum||Wild Garlic||Balsam Fir||Fairy Ring||Wild Rice|
|Chokecherry||Cattails||Birch||Hedgehog||*Many varieties of herbs and flowers (see wildflowers.ca)|
|Currents||Fiddleheads (Ostrich fern)||Hazel Nuts||Lobster|
|Gooseberries||Stinging Nettle||Juniper||King Boletus (porcini)|
|High-Bush Cranberries (Squashberry)||Lambs Quarters||Mountain Ash (rowan berry)||Giant Puffball|
|Thimbleberries||Wild Aspargus||Paw paw*||Spruce Boletus|
|Wild Raspberries||Burdock||Hickory nuts*||Mitaki (hen-of-the-woods)|
|Wild Rosehip||Chicory||North American Chestnut*|
|Wild Strawberries||Day Lily||Beech nuts|
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