Mississippi plants provide edible feasts

By FELDER RUSHING,

My neighborhood hosts a largesse of edible stuff people don’t seem to appreciate. There’s a small tree in a nearby churchyard with beautiful spring flowers that everyone appreciates. But in the autumn, it bends under the weight of hundreds of large, beautiful, crisp, sweet crabapples, which usually fall, untouched. 

 
 
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