Temperate perenial vegetables
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popular Perennial Vegetables - temperate climate food forests
Here are 100 popular perennial vegetables that are well suited for temperate climate food forests:
Asparagus Rhubarb Artichoke Horseradish Ramps (Wild Leeks) Sorrel Chives Garlic Chives Leeks Shallots Ostrich Ferns (Fiddleheads) Daylilies Egyptian Walking Onions Multi-Purpose Garlic Sunchokes (Jerusalem Artichokes) Welsh Onion Sea Kale Burdock Good King Henry Lovage Miner's Lettuce Purslane Wood Sorrel Russian Kale Wintercress Perilla Udo (Japanese) Bee Balm (Monarda) Comfrey Echinacea (Coneflowers) Horehound Hyssop Motherwort Marsh Mallow (Hollyhocks) Nettles Plantain Yarrow Angelica Anise Hyssop Black Cohosh Blue Flag Iris Borage Calendula (Pot Marigold) Camomile Cilantro (Coriander) Dandelion Feverfew Foxglove Goldenrod Hyacinth Bean Lavender Marjoram Mint Oregano Sage Thyme Valerian Verbena Wild Ginger Wild Lettuce Wild Radish Wild Strawberry Yerba Santa Arrowroot Calamondin Cananga (Ylang Ylang) Cherimoya Clove Coffee Costus (Yellow Trumpet) Cuban Oregano Curry Leaf Eucalyptus Genip (Jagua) Guava Henna Jackfruit Key Lime Kudzu Lemon Balm Lemon Grass Lemon Verbena Lime (Mexican Key Lime) Mandarin Orange Morinda (Noni) Orange (Sour) Pandanus (Screw Pine) Papaya Pineapple Guava Pink Peppercorn Red Banana Soursop Star Fruit Tamarind Ugli Fruit Vanilla Vitex (Chaste Tree) White Sapote Yellowhorn Yuzu
These perennials can provide a variety of benefits to a food forest, such as improved soil health, pollinator habitat, and food production. Additionally, many of these perennials can provide attractive foliage, fragrant flowers, and attractive fruit, making them a valuable addition to any temperate climate food forest.