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Date:4/17/2014 2:33:38 PM
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Hi Darby
Punkin here. I'm a finch...I have frothers that are quakers. We want to welcome you to BC and to give you another vote. My I recommend you get a photo up ASAP or else you'll get a message from BC. You can choose just about any photo until your parront gets a better photo. Hey borrow one of my frothers pics. hahahahahahaha I do hope you will fly by and meet my flock.
I'm letting everybird know what kinds of flowers we can safely eat...you can even share with your parront if you want.

Let's see, Okay, here we are....most you bigger birds eat this stuff...Mom says it's probably different. Oh well, it's still Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) - Its dried flowers, Mexican saffron, are used as a food colorant in place of the more aromatic and expensive Spanish saffron.

Pea Blossoms (Pisum species) - Edible garden peas bloom mostly in white, but may have other pale coloring. The blossoms are slightly sweet and crunchy and they taste like peas. The shoots and vine tendrils are edible, with a delicate, pea-like flavor. Here again, remember that harvesting blooms will diminish your pea harvest, so you may want to plant extra.

NOTE: Flowering ornamental sweet peas are poisonous - do not eat.

Sunflower (Helianthus annus) - The flower is best eaten in the bud stage when it tastes similar to artichokes. Once the flower opens, the petals may be used like chrysanthemums, the flavor is distinctly bittersweet. The unopened flower buds can also be steamed like artichokes.
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