Blog Posts - Perennial Vegetables



Year round salads

One of the dreams I've been chasing in my garden over the last few years is to have year round salads without any effort at all. I'm quite a fan of a fresh green salad, but as a busy mum of two busy young kids, I struggle to keep a good succession of...
by Oak House Permaculture on Apr 20, 2015

How to Have Perennial Food Plants & No Disease for Your 2015 Garden

Okay, maybe not NO disease, but insignificant diseases and pests sounds good, right? Plus, perennial fruits and veggies mean less work for more harvest. Eliza loves teaching the two class topics available this week at the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Groc...
by Appalachian Feet on Nov 3, 2014

How to Grow Perennial Welsh Onions

  Growing Welsh OnionsFrom A Worcester AllotmentA member of the Onion family, Welsh onion are well worth cultivating in the vegetable and flower garden. They take up very little space, and the whole plant can be eaten from top to bottom.Wel...
by Wandering Between Two Worlds on Jul 1, 2011

Perennial Vegetables for British Gardens

Perennial vegetables: Plant once and eat alwaysPerennial vegetables are a beautiful, low-carbon alternative to sowing from scratch every year, says expert edibles grower Mark Diacono From The TelegraphImage 1 of 3Oca, asparagus an...
by Wandering Between Two Worlds on Jun 27, 2011


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