Re: [pfaf] A question from Argentina (fwd)
I can only speak of the Hawthorns here in North America and of the 26 or so
that are according to Elias and Dykeman distinguishable, they all have
edible fruit and list no poisonous look alikes.
Linda in Georgia, USA
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From: "R J Morris (Plants For A Future)" <webmaster@...>
Sent: Wednesday, September 26, 2001 9:06 AM
Subject: [pfaf] A question from Argentina (fwd)
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Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2001 19:03:49 -0300
From: Andrea Cordone <drakaika@...>
To: Richard Morris <webmaster@...>
Subject: A question from Argentina
I write you now because I need this information: Are all the species of
Crataegus edible? I´m look in books, internet and ask to some people, but I
not find the answer. Can you help me, please?
I identify these species of Crataegus in my area: C.crus-galli and C.
lavallei, but there are more species in my country.
Thank you, Richard (and sorry for my english)
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