Russell Olson wrote:Dandelions, purslane, and mallow would have to be additions too. depending on your tastes garlic chives might be a good one, although the smell of crushed garlic chives might be a bit much for a lawn, same with mint I suppose.
Dale Hodgins wrote:Amaranth that is grown for the leaves, would be an obvious choice for me. It wants to take over good soil here. There are several ethnic communities who would become my customers. It is used in Thai, Latin American, West African and Indian cuisines.
Dale Hodgins wrote: I started thinking about this when I was at Home Depot. A guy was buying a tool for pulling dandelions out of his lawn. I thought to myself, what a ninny. Why would anyone care so much about a few dandelions?
...ask the cashier where I could find dandelion seedlings to plant in my lawn...
Should anything be seeded now? Heavy rains are coming.
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