|Carbs||Fat||Protein||Produces||Growing time||Growing months||Found in|
|1||0||0||Flowers, leaves||45 days||June-September||Spruce mire, open mire, grove, meadow, wetland|
When boiled, meadsweet is an:
In real lifeEdit
Meadsweet is probably based on Filipendula ulmaria, commonly called "meadsweet" or "meadowsweet", a sweet-smelling herb that grows in damp soil. It was traditionally used for relief from stomach pain, and the common painkiller aspirin is derived from it.
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