How to Plant Perennial Wild Food in Homesteading Garden for FOREVER Food is your first step to rediscovering the unique tastes and flavors offered by our own obscure plants. Lower your grocery food bill by planting once and harvesting year after year after year.
For the most part planting and growing vegetables in a backyard garden is a seasonal activity and when the springtime comes you prepare the soil, plant your seeds and everything begins to grow anew. There are however a hand full of perennial vegetables that you plant once and never have to plant again.
Miner’s Lettuce – https://honest-food.net/on-miners-lettuce-americas-gift-to-salad/
Sunchokes (Jerusalem Artichoke) – https://www.thespruceeats.com/what-are-sunchokes-3376827
Orache Atriplex (Saltbushes) – https://wildfoodgirl.com/2014/orache-lambs-quarters/
Purple Dead Nettle – https://www.growforagecookferment.com/foraging-purple-dead-nettle/
Ramps (Wild Leeks) – https://www.thespruce.com/growing-ramps-in-the-vegetable-garden-1403463
Turkish Rocket – https://www.seedaholic.com/turkish-rocket.html
Sea Kale – http://www.eattheweeds.com/sea-kale/
Prairie Turnip (Indian Bread Root) – https://www.manataka.org/page827.html and https://www.wolakotaproject.org/timpsila-the-indian-turnip/
American Groundnut (Apios americana) – https://honest-food.net/harvesting-eating-american-groundnuts/
The author was looking to share their extensive knowledge of gardening by talking about the perennial plants that are really easy to get started with. They discuss each of the different species of plants that they are recommended that only are required to plant once and they will continue to regrow back every year.
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