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qterhrs
Friedens, PA
(Zone 5a)

October 21, 2008
11:28 AM

Post #5698427

Years ago we were given seeds to plant on an abanoned strip cut to feed the turkeys. When they sprouted we realized Autumn Olives were already growing everwhere we just didn't know what they were. I like others thought they weren't edible so I never picked them. The smell of the flowers in the spring are beautiful! We were going to transplant some of them along our property line but now I know to enjoy them where they are. Thanks for the info.

Sundownr

Sundownr
(Bev) Wytheville, VA
(Zone 6a)

October 21, 2008
11:30 AM

Post #5698430

You are very welcome qterhrs. You might try the berries to see if the taste agrees with you!

Bev

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