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Perennial vegetables

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If you like the idea of planting a veggie ONCE, and then harvesting it every year, sometimes for decades, then these perennials are for you.

Plant these perennial vegetables (and fruits and herbs) just once and you can enjoy their bounty year after year - sometimes for decades!

50+ Perennial Vegetables to Plant Once and Harvest for Years

Planting perennial vegetables lets you plant once and harvest delicious (and unusual) veggies for years to come. Find out about more than 50 plants to choose from, many cold hardy to zone 3, or even colder! #perennialvegetables #permaculture

30+ Perennial Vegetables for Temperate Climates ~ Tired of starting over every spring? Plant perennial vegetables once and harvest for a lifetime! Not just for tropical climates, there are plenty of perennial vegetables for temperate climates. We grow just about all of these on our Vermont homestead in Zone 4. #permaculture #perennials #homesteading #growingfood #selfsufficiency #homestead #selfreliant

Most gardeners follow the rhythm of the seasons, planting their veggies in the spring, weeding all summer and harvesting in the fall only to begin the cycle again the next year. Perennials are different. Instead

Perennial vegetables - crops you can plant once, and harvest year after year - are relatively rare in the plant food world, but save you tonnes of money! #perennials #gardening #sustainability #homestead #gardeningideas #gardeningtips #plantingvegetables #homesteading

Perennial vegetables - crops you can plant once, and harvest year after year - are relatively rare in the plant food world, but save you tonnes of money!

10 Vegetables To Plant In Fall For An Early Spring Harvest

It's never too late to plant seeds in the garden - except when it is covered by snow! Let's not skip seasons too rapidly though, we are still in the abundant harvest of autumn. There