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Perennnial vegetables will live for several years.
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New Zealand Spinach
New Zealand Spinach
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Tetragonia tetragonioides An antipodean perennial plant whose leaves were used by Captain Cook on the Endeavour, to fight scurvy. As the leaves contain oxalic acid they should be blanched and rinsed in cold water, before cooking. It does not bolt in hot weather, and it has a high vitamin C content. Sow in spring and plant out after last frost. Seeds can take several weeks to germinate. Average 25 seeds per packet.
Wild Rocket
Wild Rocket
Our Price: €2.80

Doplotaxis tenuifolia A perennial version of the salad rocket with a nutty mustard flavour, and yellow flowers. Very productive and easy to grow. It can be sown from spring to autumn, and will thrive in most reasonable conditions.

Pineapple Physalis
Pineapple Physalis
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Physalis edulis A dwarf form of Cape Gooseberry, that produces a delicious crop of small orange fruit in a ‘lantern’. The fruit are sweet with a distinct pineapple flavour. Happier indoors, but will grow outside. Harvest when lanterns turn brown and fall off. Great container crop.

   
 
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