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monkey flower

monkey flower

A very diverse range of colors, shapes and styles, but they are all edible, with a salty taste. Can be used raw in salads or as salt substitute. Variations- Mimulus glabratus (M. geyeri) , M. guttatus, M. lewisii, M. moschatus, M. guttatus, M. lewisii, etc
Edible Plant Guide © 2012 Markus Rothkranz
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Down at the Mill you've sat with your father and you've picked armfuls of yellow flag irises and monkey flowers and you've laid them on the bank.
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Where seep springs wet the trail, monkey flowers come into their own, while cactus, yucca, and agave stake out the dry places.
But some plants, such as golden and cardinal monkey flowers (Mimulus), perform best with constant soil moisture.