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Old 1 Week Ago   #31
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Location: Newfoundland, Canada
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We were painting today too.
Yeah Monkshood is another one passed down to me from grandmother. It was in many old gardens, no one was poisoned because they knew not to fool with it - sorry about your pup!! I planted mine by the telephone pole - "don't eat nuthin from here" zone It is well to keep toxic plants far from anything you would consume, and not where children will be playing, for sure.
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Old 3 Hours Ago   #32
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I've been foraging the dandelions all over the garden. Most are at least knee high.
Not bitter at all like the ones in CantralPark NYC, lol.
Using them in everything from frittata egg tarts to warm salad side dish. Very similar to
escarole that changes once it take on some steam/heat.

Excited about growing some good greens here!
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