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perennial vegies UK suplier

 
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I stumbled across this when looking for perennial onions, and found allot more. I thought I should share.
 
richie Walsh
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Sorry forgot the link

http://www.edulis.co.uk/product/?pid=41522

Enjoy
 
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Fantastic find!  I'll be browsing... pity they don't have pics of each plant with their edible bits.  Ah well I guess Google is my friend!
 
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Okay I chose one random name from the list:

"Aralia cordata
Udo, Japanese Asparagus
Attractive herbaceous aralia with edible young shoots. Eaten cooked or raw in spring.
£5.50"

[s]This could be fun![/s]

Edit to add "Meh! Picture didn't come out!"
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