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Article: Aunt Bett, Church, and the Yarrow Experience: Poor Goldie!

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Beverly Hills, CA

April 28, 2009
7:15 PM

Post #6475800

Hi Sharon,

I am doing some research on yarrow because I want to demonstrate on my website how ideal this plant is for the xeriscape garden. This was funny Sharon!

I feel for Goldie though. Poor old girl. :-)


Oh yeah... I have A. millefolium growing -- the standard yellow and some others. The other day, my son thought it would be a good idea to eat one of the flower clusters. I did the same. Is this not wise?
Calvert City, KY
(Zone 7a)

April 28, 2009
7:19 PM

Post #6475826

If it weren't wise, you would probably know it by now, and so would your little guy!
Thanks, Ben.

Goldie was not the nicest person in the world. Remember that. Some things happen for a reason, you know.
Beverly Hills, CA

April 28, 2009
7:23 PM

Post #6475843

Smiles... Indeed. It has a VERY unique flavor and a rather unpleasant after taste. I am surprised Drew didn't spit it out.

Yes... absolutely. Smiles.

Another great story Sharon! :-)

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