1567Re: [pfaf] Re: blue, yellow flowers. half shadow.
- Mar 3, 2007One easy to find reference, for the edibility of Dahlia is www.duchbulbs.com/bulblady/march_2005/dahlias_d3.html
they were a South American food staple before being brought to Europe and relegated to a beautiful ornamental, I am sure if you look on the net you will find more references, --
Pat Meadows <pat@...> wrote:
On Sat, 03 Mar 2007 12:59:47 -0000, you wrote:
>--- In email@example.com, "artemuse" <artemuse@...> wrote:
>> Hi to all,
>> According to the colour of a blazon I'am looking for flowers :
>> Blue, preferably a deep blue.
>> Yellow, should be buttercup
>> Soil fresh, rich.
>> exposure : half shadow
>> Size : any size up to 1,5 mtr.
>> In France, Burgundy, Morvan.
>> Any ideas ?
>> Thank you.
>How about Dahlia, those come in all colors [and are edible]
Dahlias are edible????
I have never read this, and I've read quite a bit about edible flowers.
Maybe I've just missed it, but I do wonder a bit - do you have any
references for this statement?
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