"Lisa A" wrote:Daylily flowers are edible, at least the normal type of daylilies are (best
use caution with strange daylilies), so are the unopened buds though I
haven't eaten them myself. The tubers are not edible, dunno about
I've also planted jerusalem artichokes from the grocery store, it was
super easy. They are right when they say plant them in a permanent
place, though, I was sure I got all the tubers, but they are popping up
all over the place. Question: how do you eat them? Peeling is too
much work for me, is the skin edible?
paul wheaton wrote:
Sunchokes are big fave of Sepp's.
I like the idea of just getting a few from the store ....
Leah Sattler wrote:
so the tubers from last year survived the winter?
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