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The fat fists of silvery lilac buds on Daphne bholua 'Jacqueline Postill' have opened up to release an intense, sugary scent at the mouth of the Winter Garden.
The fat fists of silvery lilac buds on Daphne bholua 'Jacqueline Postill' have opened up to release an intense, sugary scent at the mouth of the Winter Garden.
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Opuntia (Prickly pear)

Quercetin
Quercetin is a red pigment, a flavonoid, widely found in plants. It has many beneficial properties and it is partly responsible for the health benefits of eating fruit and vegetables.

It has anti-cancer, anti-allergy and anti-inflammatory properties and is an anti-oxidant, scavenging particles in the body called free radicals which can damage cell membranes . Quercetin is also thought to protect LDL (“bad”) cholesterol from oxidation, which is believed to lead to heart disease. Therefore, quercetin is often taken as a food supplement.

Prickly pear fruits are edible but should be handled with care....

” Now when you pick a pawpaw
Or a prickly pear
And you prick a raw paw
Next time beware”

From Walt Disney's The Jungle Book song
“ The Bare Necessities”

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