ok, so more than one or two questions here but all about perennial vegetables really
i am currently working on a property in Cheyenne, WY, zone 4(zone 5 on map, but not accurate because of microclimate created by vast plains)
and within the decade i will be moving down south, hopefully near the St. George, UT area
my questions are:
what would be the most reliable and productive perennial vegetables in a zone 4 with 14in average precip, high's reaching mid 90s in summer and sometimes -30F in winter?
what would be a good plant to encourage fungal growth?
What perennial vegetable is your favorite to munch on?
down south, things grow much better and produce much more biomass lol so i would assume that there are more varieties for this area, but does anyone have a recommended list of perennial vegetables that grow good in a zone 6-7?
basically i am just looking to get a general idea of what kinds of perennials i can get planted in both areas:)