Hmmmm, edible you say 😊😊
I’m trying to salvage as many with roots as possible to plant over the other side.
Difficult as they are tangled up so much with the other stuff.
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posted 4 months ago
The scarlet pimpernel is 'edible'
Edible parts: Leaves are edible (although not that great tasting). Do not consume large quantities.
I don't know about the wild geranium?
I rarely have good luck transplanting a wild flower when it's blooming...they really look happy in that spot. Maybe try digging a very large clump including anything that's nearby so the roots aren't disturbed much?
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