S Carlson wrote:I bought some at the Clark Fork Organics (or was it Bitterroot Organics?) stand at the Clarkfork Market near the Higgins street bridge a couple weekends ago. I ate about half of them and planeted the rest. I am interested in seeing how they do in my semi xerascaped front yard.
Renate Howard wrote:IMHO, the best part about them is that the flowers smell like candy corn! Nobody ever says that.
Jesse Fister wrote:I'd sure like to get my hands on some Sunchokes. Who carries them in Missoula now?
William Schlegel wrote: the plants refuse to bloom!
Getting married means "We're in love, so let's tell the police!" - and invite this tiny ad to the wedding:
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