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anyone doing any work with Apios americana (ground nut)?
 
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Location: Off grid in the central Rockies of Montana (at 6300') zone 3-4ish
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I have some in the ground. I also have grown a couple in a geothermal greenhouse. I have yet to eat any as I want to propagate as many as possible.
 
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I have planted it twice and so far not been able to get it to grow.

 
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I grew it in the greenhouse last year. Planted it with the squash the vine was very vigorous and followed the squash vines.
 
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