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Free Edible Daylillies (Eastern Massachusetts)

 
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I'm pleased to offer free edible daylilies that I've potted up from my garden. The flower buds are absolutely delicious in stir fries and put into soups. A good article on eating daylilies can be found herehttps://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/how-to-sustainably-harvest-daylilies-zbcz1307. The plants are extremely hardy, produce beautiful flowers and are an all around great addition to the garden.



For convenience sake here's a link to my craigslist ad: https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/grd/d/framingham-free-edible-daylilies/6950079978.html
 
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There's also this video by Stefan Sobkowiak at Miracle Farms in Canada, about eating daylillies, and growing them in his Permaculture orchard.
 
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