"3 Rare Root Crops: Growing Crosnes, Salsify and Skirret" Learn about growing crosnes, salsify and skirret in your home garden, plus get tips for incorporating the unique flavors of these root crops into your cooking. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS Magazine
Salsify from our #winter #garden. Wanna try it? The time to #plant is now. http://m.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/home-garden/salsify-a-root-vegetable-that-does-double-duty/2011/12/20/gIQAxL6GaP_story.html
Check out chef Tucker Yoder in The Local Palate! Follow along with us as Chef Yoder grows salsify in his Charlottesville, VA restaurant garden, then explores ways to use it. http://www.localpalatemag.com/blog/item/notes-from-a-farmer-chef-salsify-part-1.html
Fall Garden. The plants listed as very hardy should be planted about 8-10 weeks before the average first frost which is right about now. Those plants that could be planted from seed include kale, kohlrabi, leaf lettuces, onions, peas, rutabaga, salsify, spinach, and turnip. You could also plant broccoli, brussel sprouts, cabbage, and onion sets or plants if transplants are ready and available. #harvest #fall #garden
Farm : Organic Dandelion -Dandelions are hardy perennials whose leaves are gathered as pot herbs or greens. Young leaves are eaten in salads, boiled, steamed, sauteed, fried, braised, etc. The roots are eaten raw, or cooked and served like salsify. Dandelion wine is made from the flowers. Dandelion may be cultivated in the home garden when wild plants are not available.
Friends of Historic Champoeg 1860s Kitchen Garden - planted with old varieties of vegetables, herbs, flowers available in this area from 1862–1880. The fence is painted with authentic “white wash." Garden trellis structures are hand-built from locally harvested young trees. Seldom-grown vegetables/flowers such as Salsify, Yellow Eckendorf Mangle Wurtzel Beets, Cardoon, Cupids Dart and Shoo-fly are among many unusual varieties found here.
Luthi Salsify We have been growing this old and much sought-after landrace for at least 20 years and consider it from a culinary standpoint to be the cream of the very best. Our original seed came from the internationally-known Swiss grass roots plant and breed organiz
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