hello all. so, I decided recently that I want to learn how to forage edibile and medicinal wild plants in my area (southern ontario). I've spent the past few weeks learning about many edible plants, and how to identify and categorize plants by patterns and groupings. I realize though before I can go out I need to learn about non-edible plants too - and just have a general knowledge of all plants in my area. Does anyone recommend any particular books? Right now I have: Peterson's Guide To Edible Wild Plants (east North America), Peterson's Guide to Medicinal Plants, 'The Forager's Harvest' (Thayer), and 'Botany in a Day: The Patterns Method of Plant Identification'. I was thinking it might be simplest to grab a couple more Peterson books, he has one on Trees + Shrubs and one on Wildflowers for easter North America. But does that leave any out? Not all herbaceous plants are wildflowers, so I'm wondering if there is a more thorough book. Or perhaps I am wrong and wildflowers will cover a lot. (I have also heard that Newcomb's guide to Wildflowers is good) After I have learned enough about non-edible flowering plants around here, I'm planning to go out to a forest area with a camera and photograph everything I see, then come back and see if I can identify some of the photographs. As a first time forager.. I'm basically just looking for any help or tips or advice on how to go about this. thanks!