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Old 04-01-2014, 08:59 PM   #11
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We have huge herds of deer living in our timber, they LOVE hostas. Mostly they eat the ones I planted around the perimeter, but occasionally they munch the ones in the shade garden. And the bunnies like them too. Life in the country!
One of the articles I read suggested that it's a good idea to check by rubbing the sap on the inside of your wrist to check whether you are allergic to it before eating it.
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One of the articles I read suggested that it's a good idea to check by rubbing the sap on the inside of your wrist to check whether you are allergic to it before eating it.
Thanks for hat tip--I didn't see that. I did read that it is in the same family as asparagus, so I'm guessing since I'm not allergic to that, I won't be allergic to urui (hosta).
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