An interesting read. TY for the descriptions. BTW, I think what makes some plants not as strong flavored when dried is that volatile oils are broken down, andsam_schaperow
Sam: I got some samplers from the bush in my garden. I tasted the petals, leaves, and stems fresh. The petals and leaves had a similar taste. It was a light,gtolle2000
They certainly look something like wild asparagus, although the feathery leaves aren't there. You'd know from the taste, as wild asparagus has a much strongeristracpsboss
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