Perennials are an easy way to garden, grow your own food, and enjoy it every season. These types of plants, once planted, will continue to produce every season with minimum maintenance.
Many of these plants can grow in different climates or conditions, with multiple rounds of produce from one plant. This can be better for the environment, save you money and time, and the roots are set for decades. Here are some perennial plants you will know and some new plants to try growing.
Kale is called the “walking stick” for its continuous growth, giving you green, leafy veggies to enjoy in salads and steamed dishes. It benefits your blood pressure, boosts digestive health, and helps prevent cancer and diabetes.
Asparagus is one of the best perennial plants, but it does take two years of growth before producing a crop. They are nutrient-dense, fiber-rich, and good-tasting foods to have available yearly. They are used for urinary and bladder infections, and could help with weight loss and hormone balance.