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Many other red or pur­ple coloured leaves, flow­ers and fruits con­tain an­tho­cyanin, in­clud­ing blue­ber­ries, grapes, berries, plums, egg­plants, cher­ries, pomegranates, red let­tuces and pur­ple broc­coli. Sci­en­tists say foods con­tain­ing an­tho­cyanin help pre­vent such can­cer and other dis­eases, th­ese as Alzheimer’s. Ba­si­cally a ‘su­per foods’ help us live longer, health­ier life! Hy­drangea flow­ers turn blue in acid soils and pink in limey soils. That’s the re­verse of our cab­bage in­di­ca­tor. Tricky!!

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