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WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY - By Colin Andrews              
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The Feather Legged Fly on wild chicory flowers. Photographed North Guilford, Connecticut. Summer 2010 - Colin Andrews.
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You’ll find chicory growing in
Europe, North America, and
Australia. It’s a bushy plant
with small blue, lavender,
and white flowers. You can
eat the entire plant. Pluck
off the young leaves and eat
them raw or boil them. The
chicory’s roots will become
tasty after boiling. And you
can pop the flowers in your
mouth for a quick snack.

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