When it comes to establishing a self sufficient food landscape, perennial vegetables should not be overlooked. It quite exciting when food starts popping up out of the ground in early spring, with no effort on your part. Edible perennials are hardy, reliable food crops that need very little care and attention. Learn about some of the best perennial edibles for your garden and how to plant them.
- Charlotte & Ryan Walker (Walkerland)
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