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Day 132 Pretty Violet Wild Flowers  Photograph by Donna Mibus

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Comments (7)

Iris Richardson

Iris Richardson

They are beautiful. Our neighbor gave us some but they have yet to bloom.

RD Erickson

RD Erickson

Hughes got it - it's a Spiderwort. The bees visit and they grow wild and spread. " it is also edible. Try the flowers fresh on a salad or candied for a sweet treat. Stems and leaves can be eaten raw and leaves can also be cooked. The leaves are mucilaginous; the “juice” can be used to soothe insect bites in the same way one would use aloe." rd

Donna Mibus replied:

No kidding? I’m amazed you can eat them!

James McCormack

James McCormack

Beautiful take of violets, Donna!

Donna Mibus replied:

Thank you James!

Kathy K McClellan

Kathy K McClellan

Pretty!

Donna Mibus replied:

Thank you! Thank you for sharing their name!

Nina Prommer

Nina Prommer

Lovely, pretty color

Donna Mibus replied:

Thank you!

Hugh Warren

Hugh Warren

I seem to remember my boss telling me about 45 years ago that they are called Commelina and occur just about everywhere.

Donna Mibus replied:

Thank you! Yes, they are from the Commelina family. They are called Tradescantia, also spiderwort.

Roberta Byram

Roberta Byram

Beautiful!

Donna Mibus replied:

Thank you!

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