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HAVE: Perennial veggies, trade for other perennial veggies.

Posted by infiniteohms 5 Me (My Page) on
Fri, May 30, 14 at 11:38

I have these perennial veggies to trade as plants:
Sea Kale (root cuttings from this springs, with leaves)
Fuki
Turkish Rocket (seedlings)
French Sorrel
Good King Henry (seedlings)
Water Celery (Oenanthe javanica)
Hablitzia Tamnoides (seedlings)
Dystaenia takesimana (seedlings)
I also have these seeds:
Fuki
Udo
Good KIng Henry (small amount)
Hablitzia Tamnoides
Dystaenia takesimana

I am interested in growing other zone 5 hardy perennial veggies (or fruit), but feel free to check out my list for other things i am looking for, or make me a offer.


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RE: HAVE: Perennial veggies, trade for other perennial veggies.

I have perennial broccoli "nine star" seed that I can trade...I would be interested in Udo seed.
This is my first year growing it, so I can't swear that it's zone 5 hardy, but from what I've researched, it does seem to be..I can't find much info on it to tell me if it reseeds or if it comes back from the roots....if not ,it seeds well, and my germination rate was near 100%...it is a white broccoli, and stems and leaves are edible, too..it is more of a "cut and come again" type plant..it will keep putting out florets as long you keep cutting them..
a lot of google entries, but they seem to all have the same info! Let me know if you are interested in a trade

Here is a link that might be useful: info at permies forum


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