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October 4, 2012 - 18 went

Paper Mulberries in mid-October 2012!

invasive but tasty Morus papyrifera "Paper Mulberry" with aggregate berries below Lemon Hill on Boathouse Row

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  • Roxanne S.

    Great shot Noah. Yes this is a very interesting fruit. I love it.

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  • Barbara H.

    I checked out the photos. Goodness. So many are familiar, grown up with most as " weeds" yet the properties of these plants can not be passed over. ( !) I don 't always eat like a raw foodie/ natural hygienist type , but I think that way. If I played my cards right ( or my " weeds") I could sustain myself on many things in my yard already! It blows my mind. Thank you , Lynn for startin' up this meet- up for like minded folk. Bonnie

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