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Edible Plants Tree collards Tree kale Wasabi Celeriac and MORE !! (willamette valley)

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We grow ALOT of fun, rare and amazing edible plants!

Tree Collards, Tree Kale, and Tree Spinach all grow year round for many years without ever dying, and yes they grow into small tree shape of around 6 feet tall (you can top them and keep them smaller into a bush form, but no reason to really).

They are ever green/ever bearing and my mother plants grow outside all year here in oregon. These are not some common kale or collards you buy at a nursery that grow for one season and die. These are extremely difficult to grow from seed, and are nearly only grown from cuttings making them harder to come by. And the varieties I grow are the good tasting ones, not the bitter ones other people sell! We harvest the leaves all year round for salads as they are "cut and come and again" type of edible plants. They do well in partial to full shade, and tolerate temps from aprox 15f to 100f.
These grow very fast, and are truly wonderful plants to grow year round especially if you are tired of replanting vegetables that are generic seasonal ones, every year! Grow these tree kales/tree collards for years and years harvesting the leaves thousands of times!

12 to 16ish inch tall $20 each. I have a few larger ones also available.
Jolly Green Tree Collards
African Green Tree Collards
African Purple Tree Collards
Dino Collards

Purple Tree Spinach

Purple Tree Kale
Merrit Tree Kale
Thousand Head kale
Dinosour Kale
Kosmic Kale (not a tree kale, but a beautifully variegated large bushy one)

I also have

Okinawa Spinach, grows year round and another great salad leaf green for continual harvest .

New Zealand Spinach, a spinach that likes to grow as a vine or large shrub. Also grows great from hanging pots and can be easily cut to eat that way. It dies back slightly in the winter from vines of 2ft to maybe 12 inches, but quickly takes on new growth in spring.

Celeriac and giant Celeriac. Very tasty plant that you can eat all parts of, leaves on salads etc, but mostly the large rhizome is used for various dishes. Has a slight celery taste and thus its name.

I also have Egyptian onions which is a great onion to grow year round forever. They have tiny bulbs, but also leak tops making it very versatile for cooking.

And... WASABI PLANTS!!!! Real genuine wasabi..not horse radish like every sells or gives you in local restaurants. This is a great one for the NW area as it thrives in temps of 40f to 75f and loves shade. No sun for this beauty. The center rhizome is the part that is shredded for wasabi,,but the leaves are what we love to eat all the time. I have all sizes of wasabi plants from huge ones to tiny starts, so the price will vary.

I also have tons cold hardy edibles including various varieties of fig trees in 1 gallon pots as well as a few in larger pots, fruit trees, dif types of berries as well as tropical and sub tropical edible fruit and berry plants.

We live in Salem, but own property with greenhouses in SweetHome, so can meet at either place or in between (albany etc) as long as it works out with my schedule. Email me or Text me at 971-388 two seven zero nine Thanks

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