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Re: bunnies/ edibles

LOL, Chris, I don't know why you are single either...sounds like you are  
every gardening gal's dream.  
Yes, the speaker did tell us that we should use caution and do things in  
moderation.  He didn't go into detail about every plant, but did  caution us that 
they didn't call the Yaupon, Ilex vomitoria for nothing.   LOL    We thought 
he was joking, but he did say that the Native  Americans used strong Yaupon 
tea for purging their digestive system.   More info than I needed to 
know.....hey, that makes me wonder.....maybe I didn't  have a virus after all....I was 
being purged.  Hm..........    well, now I know to stay away from even weak 
Yaupon tea.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 3/19/2006 9:16:52 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Out of  curiosity, did the speaker say anything about the supposed  
effects of sassafras roots and saffrole?

I love redbud  flowers -- they taste like raw peas to me.  In the spring 
I go out  and eat them directly off the trees...  without using my hands.

It  often garners quite a few looks.  :)

Chris (who can't figure out  why he's still single)

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