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Perennial vegetables incorporated into the garden look great, are productive and crop for years without replanting.

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5 Perennial Veggies to Plant Once and Enjoy… Forever

5 Perennial Veggies to Plant Once and Enjoy... Forever

Take a little of the work out of gardening with these popular, delicious perennial vegetables that grow back every year.

5 Perennial Vegetables You Only Need To Plant Once and Enjoy Forever

5 Perennial Veggies to Plant Once and Enjoy Forever

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Growing Ginseng: Start a Ginseng Farm - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

How to Grow Ginseng For Profit - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Learn how to earn money by growing ginseng on your very own farm. This article covers how to pick a planting site, prepare the soil, obtain plants, store seeds, fertilize, mulch, and more.

How to make homemade horseradish by grating horseradish root and adding vinegar.

How to Make Homemade Prepared Horseradish | SimplyRecipes.com

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How to make homemade horseradish by grating horseradish root and adding vinegar.

mini kiwis! (Actinidia arguta) from sibiria hardy up to -31f

Cocktail Kiwis - How to grow & eat nature's haribo

Intensely sugary, super easy-to-grow & even hardy to -35C, cocktail kiwi are the ultimate airfreight free exotic fruit. Learn how to grow & eat 'em here

20 Perennial Vegetables To Plant Once and Enjoy Forever

20 Perennial Vegetables To Plant Once and Enjoy Forever

I'm a big fan of growing perennial vegetables in my garden -- plant them once, and enjoy the fruits (well, actually, vegetables) of your labours for years to come. They're also among the healthiest veggies for you, and they're generally inexpensive to purchase, if you don't come from a family with its own royal roots line. Most of the foods we grow are annuals:

egyptian walking onions. they come back every year! learn how they walk, and a new easy way to garden.  ~Mel @ RaisedUrbanGarden.com

How egyptian walking onions walk - Raised Urban Gardens

On the fifth of October I panted these egyptian walking onions. I didn’t know anything about them but have come to find out that they are perennials and they spread, or walk. This is a great resource website for them and I also found a video about them on a favorite garden blog called Skippy’s …

Egyptian Walking Onions.. Heirloom perennial!After planting them in your garden you will have onions every year for years to come!

Egyptian Walking Onions.. Heirloom perennial!After planting them in your garden you will have onions every year for years to come!

Dried Rhodiola Root(zone 2)found in the Artic, is a remarkable herb that has a wide and varied history of uses. It is thought to strengthen the nervous system, fight depression, enhance immunity, elevate the capacity for exercise, enhance memory, aid weight reduction, increase sexual function and improve energy levels.It has long been known as a potent adaptogen.

Rhodiola Rosea

Discover rhodiola rosea benefits, side-effects and uses while learning the difference between the truth and the hype.

American Groundnut  zone 3-10

Red Malabar Spinach-a lovely red stemmed vine that is completely edible: flowers, leaves and seeds. Protect from frost. Basella rubra.

Red Stem Malabar Spinach

Description A red stemmed cultivar of malabar spinach, it can be grown just like it's green stemmed counterpart. Malabar spinach is in the Basellaceae family, not the spinach family. The taste is similar to spinach. Malabar spinach is grown in Far Eastern countries for the shoots and leaves of the plant. It is a tender and fast growing, climbing tropical vine; growing up to 12 feet tall. This variety has a red stem, dark green leaves in thick heart-shaped; the species is called Basella alba…

Salad Burnet plan, tastes just like cucumbers.

beingplants.com -&nbspbeingplants Resources and Information.

beingplants.com is your first and best source for all of the information you’re looking for. From general topics to more of what you would expect to find here, beingplants.com has it all. We hope you find what you are searching for!

Over the past ten years we have grown and experimented with over 200 perennial multipurpose plants. Here we present a collection of our favo...

Permaculture Nursery at Food Forest Farm Regenerative Services — Food Forest Farm

Permaculture Nursery. See our favorite collection of locally grown and nurtured edible forest garden plants. We’ve selected them for their usefulness, beauty, taste, and ease of maintenance. Each plant will bring years of goodness. Shop for plants.