Nikki Roche wrote:Blackberry and greenbrier are bulletproof in my area. But my comfrey plant died its second year, and the sunchokes died back early last year after the deer found them. Fingers crossed that the flowers come back this year.
Trace Oswald wrote:Hazelnuts are pretty tough here.
Scott Perkins wrote:Please explain better what a sunchoke is...
Scott Perkins wrote:Please explain better what a sunchoke is... The messages are not all that educational for the rookies
Kim Goodwin wrote:Now I'm in the desert SW and hoping to find out what the "bulletproof" crops will be here. Prickly pear and mesquite grow wild. And are yummy.
William Bronson wrote:
We have a plum tree that is super productive and absolutely bullet proof.
William Bronson wrote:Trace, I would betray to send you some, though they ripen in early summer.
Do they grow from dried pits, or do they need to stay moist?
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