The plants and trees listed below are indigenous to Ontario. They have been selected for taste as well as their potential commercial value. The foods with an *asterisk* are common to the St. Lawrence Forests but are harder to come by in the Boreal forest ecosystems.
|Elderberries (and flowers)*||Jerusalem Artichoke*||Box Elder*||Black trumpets*||Wild Mustard*|
|Riverbank Grape*||Milkweed*||Cedar*||Velvet Shank*||Labrador tea|
|Blueberries||Ox-eye Daisy*||Hawthorn*||Bay Boletus||Sweet Fern|
|Blackberries||Wild Leek*||Sugar Maple*||Birch Boletus (red caps, scaber stalk)||Sweet Gale|
|Bunchberries||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||Peppergrass|
|Gooseberries||Groundnut / Apios||Juniper||King Boletus (porcini)||Shepards purse|
|High-Bush Cranberries (Squashberry)||Stinging Nettle||Mountain Ash (rowan berries)||Matsutake (pine)|
|Saskatoonberries||Lambs Quarters||White Spruce||Morels|
|Thimbleberries||Wild Aspargus||Beech Nuts||Spruce Boletus|
|Wild Strawberries||Day Lily|
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