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Top 10 Mediterranean Edible Plants

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Location: Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
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I’m working on putting together a kit for beginner gardeners who want to start growing their own food in a Mediterranean climate.

It will include seeds and growing instructions.

I’m looking for the top 10 easy plants that you can grow to get started.

Some of the easiest plants I grow are cherry tomatoes, radishes, zucchini’s, potatoes, wild spinach, Swiss chard, artichokes and physalis. These plants are relatively low-maintenance and require little water. And… they are quick to grow.

I would love to read your top-ten list for edible plants in a Mediterranean climate… and WHY…

Thank you so much…

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