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Favorite seed source for edible perennials?





scrub
Hi everyone,

I'm starting to put together seed orders for this next year's gardening experiments! I wondered whether anyone has favorite sources for seeds, especially edible perennial plants? So far I've been using http://davesgarden.com/ps and https://plantinfo.umn.edu to search for plants, plus going through the nurseries listed in the back of Eric Toensmeir's book Perennial Vegetables.

I live in the Pacific Northwest.

Looking forward to any other suggestions people have!

Thanks,
Scrub
heartbeat
what is a perennial vegetable?
yagnyavalkya
There are a lot of perennials vegetables
1. radicchio is a salad vegetable, grown like head lettuce or a cabbage
Pacific spinach, moringa, sweet potato, bitter melon), sissoo spinach, garlic chives
and many more
# Garlic, Allium sativum
# Ginger, Zingiber officinale
# Globe artichoke, Cynara scolymus
# Golden shallots, Allium cepa var. aggregatum
# Ground nut, Agrios americana
# Horseradish, Amoracia sp.
# Jerusalem artichokes, sunchoke, Helianthus tuberosus
# New Zealand Spinach, Tetragonia
# Oca, New Zealand yam, Oxalis tuberosa
# Peruvian parsnip, Arracacia xanthorrhiza
# Rhubarb, Rhuem rhabarbarum
# Sea beet, Beta vulgaris ssp.maritima
jwellsy
I have seen various mushroom kits.
I would love to spread some morrel spores around.

I also know people that plant gensing near their house.
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