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Despite the wait, often a year, before they produce their first crop there are many advantages to planting perennial vegetables. Some good choices include, artichokes, asparagus, chayote, rhubarb, and more. This is a guide contains information about eight great perennial vegetables.
This is a guide about growing horseradish. Horseradish is one of those foods you either love or hate. If you are among those would crave this spicy condiment you might consider growing your own in the garden.
This is a guide about growing rhubarb. Whether it is your first time growing rhubarb or you have had problems in the past, there are some helpful tips that can make this a positive gardening experience.
This is a guide to growing asparagus. Asparagus is a great addition to your garden and it goes perfect with all kinds of dishes.
This is a guide about growing artichokes. Artichokes are easy and fun to grow. They have beautiful purple flowers and are a tasty addition to the dinner table as well.
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We have a very small raised plot veggie garden. It will hold about 3 squash plants and a tomato plant. I am looking at planting it with something which would return every year rather than planting it annually. What would be a plant I could use? The only one I can think of is asparagus. I don't like rhubarb.
How about berries. Blue, black and rasberry bushes are available now in most garden centers. I don't know your area but they are perrenial in zone 6.
We already have a blueberry bush, but some nice thornless blackberries really does sound great! I had not thought of that! Thanks!
Where do you live? Strawberries are perennial in a mild enough climate. Check out a garden catalog - you can probably find a whole section on perennial fruits and vegetables.