What do they taste like? The last woman on the video sure didn't like them! But they look like an amazing permaculture plant.
Yolanda Ott wrote:What is the most economical way I can get some Jerusalem Artichoke tubers to start with? I live in SE Indiana.
Hey Joseph, I noticed you were from KY also and I thought you would find this information about ordering trees very valuable-
Joseph Fields wrote:Where can I get some of these other kinds? Also where can I buy some ground nuts to start some of that?
Saybian Morgan wrote:
If you plant them with animals you'll never see the plants again.
Pigs will take the roots, poultry will take the shoots, goats, rabbits cows wont even get a chance to demolish them. All these animals will demolish the plant at any stage. I've tried growing them in the duck pen but if the ducks have access to them before there 5 feet tall they'll push them over and chomp it down.
Leah Sattler wrote:somewhere I read that they were developing sunchokes that were smoother and easier to peel but now I can't find it. anyone?
Devon Olsen wrote:i am definately interested in getting some sunchokes soon, probably get it mainly for food but the biomass production and windbreak/ privacy screen are also very important along with other benefits
in everyone elses experience, which varieties taste the best in your opinion, also varieties that are good for windbreaks
and i am thinking red rover or wild PJ's from oikos because they grow 12 / 15ft high respectively, that a tall windbreak and lots of biomass, so what is everyones opinions on those varieties?
Miles Flansburg wrote:Sorry someone may have already asked this but I was wondering if the flowers make seed? I was looking at mine today and it looks kind of like the dried flowers had made seeds. Am I seeing that correctly? If so can you grow them from seed ?
Susan Monroe wrote:Dwarf Sunray doesn't need peeling and is also ornamental...