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Living in a dry heat with high temperatures between 105 and 110 during the summer, purslane laughs in your face and thrives here in Phoenix, Arizona. Add some incredible, edible ornamental purslane to your garden this summer! A salsa with purslane recipe is included in the article.
Mar 28, 2010 9:51 AM CST
|I have it in most of my planters. It comes back year after year. I had no idea it was edible. I will be harvesting it this year! HAHAHAHA
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Mar 28, 2010 3:05 PM CST
|Janet...we need to tell the divas too over at Yum Yum. I love it in a salad with a little Lawyrs sprinkled over the top and some fresh squeezed lemon.
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