Edible: Curly dock (Yellow dock) [Rumex crispus]


4 The group is at the curly dock The group is at the curly dock.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Mar 25, 2000

5 Curly dock Curly dock. Leaves good until early May.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Mar 25, 2000

6 Curly dock Curly dock. A nice patch that has been there for decades.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Mar 25, 2000

7 Curly dock Curly dock. Also called yellow dock. See yellow root.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Mar 25, 2000

8 Curly dock Curly dock. One of the participants dug up a nice one.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Mar 25, 2000

10 Curly dock or yellow dock Curly dock or yellow dock. Leaves good raw or cooked. Not related to burdock.
Source: Crestwood Riverside, Westchester, Apr 14, 2001

11 Curly dock Curly dock, or called yellow dock (root is yellow). Only in season through May.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Apr 22, 2001

12 Curly dock Curly dock. Stem really good now. Also called yellow dock. Best if cooked 2-3 minutes
Source: Central Park, May 08, 2005

13 Curly dock Curly dock. A leaf closeup.
Source: Central Park, May 08, 2005

9 Curly dock Curly dock. Seeds edible. Leaves still edible, though now a little sour.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, May 27, 2000

1 Curly Dock Curly Dock. No good ones left to take pictures of. Did a tour participant come back later and harvest all of it?
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Nov 13, 1999

2 Curly Dock Curly Dock. A leaf closeup.
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Nov 13, 1999

14 Curly dock Curly dock. Lemony flavor, especially when cooked. Has narrow curly leaf. These are just starting to grow.
Source: Marine Park, Brooklyn, Nov 27, 2005

3 Curly Dock (Yellow Dock) Curly Dock (Yellow Dock)
Source: Prospect Park, Brooklyn, Nov 28, 1999



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