***NOT TO TAS, WA*** Heirloom first cultivated by the Native Americans. Also known as 'Earth Apple' or 'Sunchoke'. Perennial (warm areas) growing to 3m high, with attractive, yellow flowers & producing highly edible roots. Will die back in winter in cooler areas to appear again in spring. Roots may be cooked in the same way as potatoes & may be roasted, mashed, sauteed, dipped in batter & fried, or made into soups. Grows best in temperate areas. Tubers are harvested 4-6 weeks after flowering.
Note: 1 Tuber will produce one plant
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