Steve Thorn wrote:Yes, I plan on using the seeds to make grain.
I'm thinking that I may can get two crops of it this year and maybe even three!
Like you mentioned, I'm glad it'll be blooming in late summer and early fall to provide additional food for pollinators.
Steve Thorn wrote:Diane, I've never grown the perennial buckwheat.
Here's an older thread talking about it a little though.
I've really enjoyed the annual buckwheat so far, so I'll probably be sticking with that. Let me know how the perennial buckwheat is if you try it!
Steve Thorn wrote:I haven't tasted it yet actually Scott. The type I've planted is supposed to be sweet though, and I'll hopefully be able to let you know for sure soon!