Michael Moreken wrote:I have to keep in mind effects of having black walnut on three sides of property for ~next five years.
Hans Quistorff wrote:
Susan Mené wrote:What about Lamb's Quarters? Are they persistent re-seeders or perennials?
. LOVE this post.
Lamb's Quarters are persistent re-seeders. They will generally grow until frost but they get thicker and tougher with age. if tips are harvested aggressively you can harvest from a plant for a long time but the tips will bolt to seed more rapidly on older plants. So for productive harvest frequently disturb soil in a spot that will not get much heat and scatter harvested seed each week.
But this reminds me of broccoli. I enclosed the garden into a greenhouse that my sister had planted in barrels before she died. In one of the barrels was a large broccoli plant. It would produce small Beansprouts that would open to a small broccoli head. I harvested from that plant for 4 years until it neglected to get watered and died.