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Lotus edulis, (Circa 16th C) - Bright crimson flowers ,The Winged Pea. It's neither asparagus nor a pea, but it's rather tasty & very pretty and yet grows like a rambling Dwarf Pea Bush! Firstly, the young leafless stem shoots can be eaten like asparagus, or later the light green winged pods (from bright crimson flowers) are picked and eaten young (2.5cm). Tastes a bit like a cross between asparagus & fresh peas. Easily grown low bushy plant. In cultivation before 1596 , Seed Count Approx - 30 avg
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