Apr 20, 2013 · 1:00 PM
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We don't see sedum on our tours behind the Art Museum. So, on Saturday, April 20th, we'll have an opportunity to taste from a spectacular display of sedum that cascades down the rock face of a steep cliff behind Bonnie's house in picturesque Manayunk. She also has other edibles in her yard, including daylillies, bittercress, and henbit deadnettle. But the show is the sedum, which is crunchy and juicy. It is not to be eaten in large quantities, but like most wild edibles, should have a place in our cuisine. Sedum is also used on green roofs! Hope to see you there!
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