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RE: [nafex]sheperdia

>Rick, in a search I found reference to sheperdia canadensis and s argentia 
>(sp)both called buffaloberry, there was little reference to edibility, both 
>nitrogen fixing, Does any one eat these? Mn Del
Besides, presumably, buffalo? I have a vague memory of a selection of 
argentea for sale by Hidden Springs (maybe?) Russet Buffalo Berry 
(canadensis, I think) is bitter, also called Sopalallie- olallie meaning 
berry, and Sop meaning soap- although it makes a frothy dessert- I think 
I could learn to like it. 

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