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  • Good King Henry

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    Good King Henry

    This is a small perennial herbaceous vegetable that was once well known in England and central/southern Europe. While it has naturalized in the U.S., it is a rather uncommon food there. Good King Henry is in the same family as spinach, and its leaves are used in much the same way; however, its shoots are eaten like asparagus, flower buds like broccoli, and the seeds are an edible grain.

     

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  • Lovage

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    Lovage

    Lovage is an aromatic herb, Lovage has a celery-like odor and a carrot-like root structure. It grows easily as a hardy perennial and will last for years if kept under the correct conditions. Lovage prefers a sunny location and moist soil.

    The plants can grow up to six feet tall, with a 32-inch spread, so they make stately specimens in the garden. Lovage is suitable for gardeners in USDA Hardiness Zones 3-9, and it prefers a cool climate to a hot one.

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  • Rhubarb

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    Rhubarb

    Ruby Rhubarb is a medium size plant that produces thick red stalks that are sweet and tender. It will produce quite heartily making it a very reliable early producing variety with peak color in late Autumn.

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  • Sweet Cicely

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    Sweet Cicely

    A European perennial carrot family plant that produces fern-like licorice-fennel flavored foliage. Leaves are edible and make a really wonderful tea. Also known as Garden Myrrh or Sweet Chervil. Prized for its sweetness and used for sweetening rhubarb dishes and tea.

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