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Re: Re: bunnies/ edibles

really, I haven't heard of that one, but of course it
is tropical here.  Will have to look into it since at
the end of season, (who am I kidding the mid season),
there is so much of it to dispose of. Currently there
is a huge pile on the side of the pond that has been
there since fall. Darn stuff doesn't want to
decompose...but it is definately dead! None of my dogs
have even tried to eat it... hum...


--- TeichFlora@aol.com wrote:

> By the way Donna....one of the edibles I always read
> about is the Water  
> Hyacinth.  We didn't have that one to
> try.....probably because it's an  illegal 
> plant, although it is abundant.  My dogs eat it all
> the time when  they come 
> across it.  They seem to really like it.  I've never
> been  brave enough to try it 
> though.
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast

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