Creating Your Garden: 60 Perennials You Can Eat

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Planting perennials can help you maintain a garden without having to do all the hard work that comes with it year after year. One planting season and you can enjoy your harvest for years to come. Below is a list of 60 perennials you can plant and enjoy!

Be sure to do research before planting, some plants listed may not be suitable for your area and may not grow. Others may be best as annuals in your zone.

  1. Alfalfa
  2. Apples
  3. Apricot
  4. Asparagus
  5. Avocado
  6. Banana
  7. Basil
  8. Black Cherry
  9. Blackberry
  10. Blackcurrant
  11. Blueberry
  12. Broccoli
  13. Chestnut
  14. Chives
  15. Citrus
  16. Clover
  17. Common Sorrel
  18. Cranberry
  19. Dill
  20. Eggplant
  21. Fennel
  22. Fig
  23. Garlic
  24. Ginger
  25. Globe Artichoke
  26. Grapes
  27. Hazel Nut
  28. Horseradish
  29. Kale
  30. Kiwi
  31. Lavender
  32. Leek
  33. Lemon Balm
  34. Malabar Spinach
  35. Mango
  36. Maple (sap for sugar)
  37. Mint
  38. Okra
  39. Onions (such as potato onions, shallots, Welsh onions, Egyptian onions, Chinese leeks)
  40. Oregano
  41. Pear
  42. Peppers (Chilis, Bell peppers)
  43. Pineapple
  44. Piper Nigrum (Black Pepper)
  45. Plum
  46. Pomegranate
  47. Potato
  48. Raspberries
  49. Rhubarb
  50. Roses
  51. Rosemary
  52. Sage
  53. Starfruit
  54. Strawberry
  55. Sweet Potato
  56. Tamarind
  57. Thyme
  58. Tomato
  59. Water Chestnut
  60. Watercress

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