5 EASY Perennial Vegetables (Great Crops For Years To Come)

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Perennial vegetables are easy to grow and provide a crop year after year. Today I look at five easy to grow vegetables. This video is made as part of a collaboration with Erica’s Little Welsh Garden. Click SHOW MORE for more details, resources and info.

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20 Responses

  1. Matthew Warren says:

    Really love your regular and high quality content Liz, always a pleasure to hear your lovely voice. I was just wondering if it would be possible to do a review video of those last three perennials once you get a harvest from them?

  2. Robin Lillian says:

    It's so nice to see a video with a woman my age doing the gardening. Babington Leeks look like what we call Walking Onions or Egyptian Onions in the U.S. Maybe they are the same thing? Here's a photo, so you can see what I mean: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/walking-onion/growing-walking-onions.htm

  3. Ellie Lloyd says:

    Would these leeks be affected by the Allium leaf minor? We have a real problem with it…

  4. Ac S says:

    Great info Liz! ♥️

  5. Michael Levis says:

    Another great video! I absolutely love visiting your farm. well via the internet…

  6. Ged Huffadine says:

    Hi liz an artichoke4years ago£1.00 from a national trust place, they were selling StuffIt off, is been brill, wrapped mine in mesh this year, the beast from the east took its roll last year, but it has now come back

  7. Krista Welch-chapman says:

    Really enjoyed this video! The idea of perennial veg is very. I am trying to collect a few now. Have you heard about Sea Kale and Oysterplant? I am going to try this year. Hope I can find those other odd plants you mentioned here in NH USA! I binged watched almost all of your ducks videos as ducks rule!!!! How old is your oldest duck and have you ever had any health issues with them? Thanks so much

  8. Kat’s Edible Garden says:

    Hi Liz! Long time no speak. Just wanted to say that I’m going to get those perennial leeks, they sound awesome. Also, I already have Caucasian Spinach. I made the mistake of planting it to grow up the side of my chicken run, the chickens eat very well from it so I don’t get a harvest, which I’m fine with TBH, happy chooks happy eggs. Hope you’re well. Kat xxxx

  9. Kathphlox says:

    I ordered the spinach and leeks, thanks f0r the tip Liz

  10. The Grateful Sunites says:

    I love the idea of planting things that will come back year after year!

  11. Mandy Russell says:

    Hi liz, just ordered the spinach and the leeks, I so excited . To have perennial leeks and spinach will save so much work. Thanks for the info xx

  12. No Worries Homestead says:

    Wonderful information – thank you for those fines points (like asparagus liking soft soil).

  13. Bear Bottom Acres says:

    Liz, have you ever gone to the trouble of starting asparagus from seed? Your videos are so soothing. I’d watch you plant just about anything ~Heather

  14. Haywire Homestead says:

    Do you lock out your ducks during the summer when most veggies and fruit are coming on? Thinking I need to fence my ducks out in the summer they ate my tomatoes last year lol

  15. Gardiner's Plot says:

    some fab suggestions! i might have to try some of these. great video as always! fingers crossed i can keep up to date with your videos now lol.

  16. Lora Toma says:

    Great Video Liz, I am so disappointed in myself for not doing an autumn garden this year as we have such a mild winter. Your garden is so amazing.

  17. Rebecca Jo Steelman says:

    Good morning Liz, my artichoke plant is growing well, and I'm hoping I'll be harvesting in time this spring. Thanks for sharing. xo

  18. Faith and Health My Way for Me /JoyceB says:

    Very nice box for your plant.

  19. celtic myth says:

    Happy birthday!
    Jerusalem artichokes are another great one or Daubenton's Kale. My walking onions grew for 2 years and disappeared lol

  20. Ruby Gray says:

    Always enjoy a trip to Byther Farm! Thanks for inviting us in so often.
    I bought some chicks in Australia once that were supposed to be Jersey Giants, and was told not to tell anyone, as they weren't legally here! They did grow enormous.
    Of course now I have Australorps, our Aussie breed. Plus various crossbreds.
    Lots of things in your garden are also in mine, though yours is so much better organised. You know that lovely fountain of bronzy grass? That's an Australian native, called "uncinia uncinata". Gorgeous isn't it? And indestructible, and non-invasive.

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