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Even though called apples, are they more like a berry?
Thank you, Suzy!
Good picture, dottie!
Kathy, you are most welcome! I learned a lot, too!
Thanks for another learning experience!!! I had never seen or even heard of these, so had to Google them too. Great photo too :-) Thanks for sharing and also for the learning experience. Kathy
Thanks, Angel. I probably won't be growing any, but it's interesting to learn all about them.
They have a bulb underground, nanax4, and like to grow in the shade. Some catalogs sell them. We look for morel mushrooms where they are grow. That rooster is a cutie-patootie.pdevredis, you just answered the question I asked you on jimbos' puzzle featuring potholes. Tough.
Pat, I didn't know you could plant them! I thought grew wild. Thanks for telling me! Thank you, anitas!
Nice puzzles today Nanax
I live in a close suburb of NYC, on only a quarter acre, but I love to plant unusual things. I planted these about a dozen years ago, and they have really spread! They look a little like asparagus when the shoots first appear, and then they form their relatively huge umbrellas over tiny "apples". But mine truly are "May" apples--I would never see them like this in March!
Also, Chickie, I live in the city (well, suburbs) and I miss having a place to go and see things like mayapples!
Glad everyone is all ready for the spring time LOL
Thanks lyndee! I didn't know that about mushrooms. Chickie, I haven't seen a mayapple in years! Great memories.
Nice puzzle Dottie. I love it when the mayapples come up. Spring truly is here!
I love to see may apples because I knew that means mushrooms soon!!!