Growing edible perennials along with annuals in your garden adds diversity and beauty.
PHOTO: BETHANN WEICK
Groundnut plants will vine and flower aboveground while growing round, tasty tubers beneath the soil.
Crosnes produce these odd, edible tubers.
Groundnut tubers are high in protein and grow to about the size of walnuts.
Asparagus is a perennial spring treat.
Good king Henry forms tasty leaves and stems.
The bright blooms of sunchokes are as beautiful as the plant's edible tubers are delicious.
Layering shade-tolerant veggies under taller plants is a permaculture technique.
Ramps pop out of the ground year after year.