Wednesday, February 24, 2021


 We were a lot warmer the last 2 days than it was the week before so spring seems not that far off.  Today's wildflower on the Blog is one of the earliest to bloom.  This is a Ground Plum and usually can be found as early as April in our area.  It is in the Legume family and it produces a fruit that you can eat.  The fruit can be about grape size and if found and eaten early, it tastes a lot like a fresh pea.  It can be eaten later as well but as it ages it becomes very woody.  I have tried them several times and enjoy them.

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