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My Favorite Edible Perennial Vegetable You Should Grow in Your Garden

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Published on Jan 3, 2014

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his favorite edible perennial vegetable he believes everyone should grow in their garden. In this episode, John visits centrose nursery in Gardena, California to share with you both purple and green perennial tree collards. In this episode you will learn about the cholesterol lowering plant aka Gynura procumbens and Gynura crepioides which are two edible perennial vegetables in frost-free climates. John will also share some of his knowledge about the perennial tree collards that he loves and enjoys so much. You will learn some of the differences between the purple and green variety, see how tall they can grow in a container, the 3 ways to do cuttings to clone or propagate the plant, and a half dozen ways John uses the leaves of his plants so he can eat more fresh, home grown leafy green vegetables. After watching this episode you will more than likely want to start growing perennial tree collards if you are not already.

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