The botanical identification pages focus on 50 wild, abundant and very common “weeds”. They are ubiquitous and can be found in many of the temperate zones throughout the world: North and South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australasia. I was unable in my research to pinpoint the exact world range for each plant, but I do know that many of them (not all of them) can be found almost everywhere. Note: I’ve included a few plants that start as cultivated specimens where I live in Northeastern U.S. but then freely spread themselves, becoming wild in the landscape. They are wild in other parts of the world.
By the way the Kitchen Arts cookbook section will be useful anywhere in the world. The recipes are designed as master templates so you can plug in a variety of wild plants or cultivated ones for that matter.