Apr 09 2007

Glacier Lilly

Published by at 12:02 am under Foods

Today my daughters and I walked about in a burn area looking for some early morrells. While we struck out on the shrooms we did see lots of glacier lillys. I havested a few to show ya’ll. I noted that the bulbs that had no flower or the flower had not yet opened were much better and firmer than the ones that had flowers. There were tens of thousands of these ready for the harvest. I’ve read where a couple of hundred pounds of these were harvested by abo’s. They are sweet and nutty tasting.

Regards
Torjus

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  1. torjusgaarenon 09 Apr 2007 at 9:43 am

    Nice, they really look like they are worthwhile harvesting. A very rare quality for root crops over here at least.

    Lucky you!

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