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'''Bachelors-in-the-grass''' is a type of dianthus ("pink"), albeit a Discworld cultivar favored by the likes of Nanny Ogg.  While most pinks are perennial herbs, a few are annual or biennials.  Most species have flowers of pale to dark pink.  The flowers of dianthus are edible, with uses primary as decorative splashes of color in salads.
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'''Bachelors-in-the-grass''' is a flower favored by the likes of Nanny Ogg.  There do not appear to be any Roundworld analogues.
  
 
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It is not poisonous to eat.  However if one does eat it, the result will be a very short bout of hallucinationsThe hallucinations are even clean, which is very surprising given who grows it.
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It is not poisonous to eat.  On the other hand, nothing appears to happen if one does eat it.  This is very surprising given whom grows it.
  
 
Bachelors-in-the-grass can be found in the following locations:
 
Bachelors-in-the-grass can be found in the following locations:

Latest revision as of 23:30, 19 June 2011

Bachelors-in-the-grass is a flower favored by the likes of Nanny Ogg. There do not appear to be any Roundworld analogues.

Tall and bearing brightly covered blossoms, Bachelors-in-the-grass never grow in
clusters of more than three.  The colouring of the flowers becomes more garish as the plant ages. 
The bitter, dry taste makes it unpalatable for most animals.

It is not poisonous to eat. On the other hand, nothing appears to happen if one does eat it. This is very surprising given whom grows it.

Bachelors-in-the-grass can be found in the following locations: