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*The young green leaves of Daisies can be cooked or eaten fresh (delicious raw flavor) and the flower buds and petals can be eaten raw in salads, soups and sandwiches.    *A well blended mixture of daisy leaves makes a very effective insect repellent!    *When used on bruised or open wounds, daisy works wonders as a cure.    (Only flowers that are organic are edible! Be sure you know it's pesticide-free)

*The young green leaves of Daisies can be cooked or eaten fresh (delicious raw flavor) and the flower buds and petals can be eaten raw in salads, soups and sandwiches. *A well blended mixture of daisy leaves makes a very effective insect repellent! *When used on bruised or open wounds, daisy works wonders as a cure. (Only flowers that are organic are edible! Be sure you know it's pesticide-free)

As a Mothers Day gift, I thought it would be nice to 'capture' the floral fragrance around the cottage, so I decided to use a lovely combina...

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