In the study, the minerals contents and phenolic compositions of the leaves of 13 edible wild plant species [Scorzonera cana (C.A.Mey.Hoffm.) Malva neglecta Wallr., Lactuca serriola L., Rumex patientia L., Centaurea depressa Bieb., Stellaria media L., Papaver dubium L., Cichorium intybus L., Tragopogon longirostris Bisch., Sonchus oleraceus L., Polygonum cognatum Meissn., Taraxacum officinale, Silene alba (Mill.) Krause] utilized as vegetables in mediterranean region in Turkey were determined. The results showed that Stellaria media L., Centaurea depressa, Malva neglecta Wallr. Bieb. and Papaver dubium L. were the predominant species in terms of potassium and magnesium contents, calcium and iron contents, nitrogen content, phosphorus content respectively. Moreover, in the study Rumex patientia L in terms of kaempferol, rutin, ferulic acid, syringic acid, caffeic acid and eriodictiol, Silene alba (Mill.) Krause in terms of vanillin, epicatechin and p-hydroxy benzoic acid and Tragopogon longirostris Bisch. in terms of luteolin, benzoic acid and chlorogenic acid were the richest species.