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Perennial Vegetables

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Rhubarb 'Timperley Early'

…March. The vigorous growth produces flushes of succulent vivid red stems which are excellent for delicious pies and crumbles. Plant in a border or vegetable plot, or why not try them in a pot on the patio, where they will make an attractive and productive container plant.…  More Info

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Fennel (Bronze)

perennial herb has a multitude of culinary uses. Add the foliage to salads or use it to garnish fish dishes. Flavour soups, cakes and bread with the aromatic, aniseed tasting fennel seeds. Even the swollen bulbs of fennel can be used as tasty vegetable. Although…  More Info

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Artichoke 'Imperial Star'

…steamed with a dressing or melted garlic butter - the heart of the flower head (artichoke hearts) can be pickled and preserved for later use in salads and on pizza. These reliable perennial plants will produce a good crop every summer for up to four years. Height: 1.8m (6?).…  More Info

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Cichorium intybus 'Electric Blue'

The wild form of the vegetable Chicory makes a beautiful addition to a cottage garden border. Electric blue flowers are produced on the many, breezy stems throughout summer. Be quick to enjoy their beauty, as the flowers always close by midday! Culinary note: Some parts of these…  More Info

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Globe Artichoke 'Green Globe Improved' F1 Hybrid

…really helped improve this variety. The tasty hearts are a delicacy when pickled and even the base of the leaves can also be eaten. It is a perennial vegetable and makes for a wonderful addition to a veg garden or allotment. They even attract the bees as well so…  More Info

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Globe Artichoke 'Purple Globe'

Globe Artichoke 'Purple Globe' is a magnificent perennial that will provide you with a tasty, purple, globe-shaped head towards the end of the summer. Its foliage is a gorgeous silvery colour, and they are wonderful in any allotment, vegetable plot or even a cottage garden…  More Info

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Fennel

Fennel may be grown as a herb for its attractive ferny foliage or as a vegetable for its swollen base and stem. With a delicate aniseed flavour the foliage of this hardy perennial makes a tasty addition to salads or as an attractive garnish. With a multitude of uses, fennel…  More Info

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Sorrel 'Blood Veined'

…are also particularly flavoursome in fish dishes, soups, stews and sauces. Grow this hardy perennial herb as an annual for its colourful foliage that looks equally at home dotted throughout the front of borders as well as in the herb garden or vegetable plot. Height:…  More Info

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Honeysuckle 'Dropmore Scarlet'

…(13'). Spread: 2m (6.5'). Supplied in a 9cm pot. Culinary information: The parboiled leaves are used as a vegetable and the flowers can be sucked for their sweet nectar, used as a vegetable or made into a syrup and pudding. A tea can also be made from the leaves, buds…  More Info

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Wallflower 'Tom Thumb Mixed'

…Slightly later flowering. Versatile and undemanding, this short lived perennial tends to be grown as a biennial, and is tough enough to cope in even the poorest of soils. Culinary note: The tender young shoots can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. For more details…  More Info

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Wallflower 'My Fair Lady Mixed'

…Versatile and undemanding, this short lived perennial tends to be grown as a biennial, and is tough enough to cope in even the poorest of soils. Height: 37-45cm (15-18in). Culinary note: The tender young shoots can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. For more details…  More Info

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Wallflower 'Brilliant Bedder Series Mixed'

…Versatile and undemanding, this short lived perennial tends to be grown as a biennial, and is tough enough to cope in even the poorest of soils. Height 25-30cm (10-12in). Culinary note: The tender young shoots can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. For more details…  More Info

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Wallflower 'Scarlet Bedder'

…Versatile and undemanding, this short lived perennial tends to be grown as a biennial, and is tough enough to cope in even the poorest of soils. Height: 35-45cm (15-18in). Culinary note: The tender young shoots can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. For more details…  More Info

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Strawberry 'Summer Breeze Rose'

…hide your strawberry plants away in the vegetable plot ? recent breeding has produced a real beauty! With double blooms in a deep shade of red-pink, Strawberry 'Summer Breeze Rose' will look equally at home among your favourite herbaceous perennials. Ornamental…  More Info

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Daylily 'Crimson Pirate'

…however these are present on plants for the entire summer. Evergreen Daylily plants are virtually indestructible; they are a resilient, hardy perennial that will flourish in the majority of soils. Hemerocallis plants are ideal in large patio pots or cottage garden borders;…  More Info

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Hosta 'Fragrant Blue'

…leaves of Hosta 'Fragrant Blue' are joined by sweet-smelling, mauve flowers in July and August. Best grown in moist, shady borders, this hardy perennial continues to produce its blue-green foliage throughout the season, covering soil densely and with ease. Alternatively, the…  More Info

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Water Lily (White)

…in containers on patios and balconies. Spread: 100 cm (39) Culinary information: The young leaves and unopened flower buds can be boiled and served as a vegetable. The seeds, high in starch and protein can be popped, parched or ground into flour. For more details about…  More Info

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Water Lily (Red)

…two 25cm (10 ) plastic, terracotta-coloured containers free. Culinary information: The young leaves and unopened flower buds can be boiled and served as a vegetable. The seeds, high in starch and protein can be popped, parched or ground into flour. For more details about…  More Info

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Water Lily (Yellow)

…two 25cm (10 ) plastic, terracotta-coloured containers free. Culinary information: The young leaves and unopened flower buds can be boiled and served as a vegetable. The seeds, high in starch and protein can be popped, parched or ground into flour. For more details about…  More Info

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Hosta sieboldiana var. elegans

…best part to use is the hoston, the rolled up leaf as it emerges in the spring. Cooking depends on the size of the hostons, small ones can be fried for a few minutes, going well in stir fries. Thicker ones are better boiled and used as a vegetable. For more details about…  More Info

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Hosta 'Minuteman'

…Hosta's foliage is complemented by pretty, lilac flowers in midsummer, which can grow up to 55cm (1'10) tall. Once established, this hardy perennial will form attractive clumps to provide fantastic ground cover throughout the season. Height: 55cm (1'10); Spread: 1m (3'3).…  More Info

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Hosta 'Sum and Substance'

…best part to use is the hoston, the rolled up leaf as it emerges in the spring. Cooking depends on the size of the hostons, small ones can be fried for a few minutes, going well in stir fries. Thicker ones are better boiled and used as a vegetable. For more details about…  More Info

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Wallflower 'Sugar Rush' F1 Hybrid

…and scent when much of the garden is dormant. Versatile and undemanding, wallflowers are tough enough to cope in even the poorest soils. Height and spread: 30cm (12). Culinary note: The tender young shoots can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. For more details about edible…  More Info

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