4. Globe Artichokes
Globe artichokes are popular foods. They have a two-year growth period before being ready to pick, and then continue to produce yearly. There are many great recipes for artichokes, from eating the leaves to canning the hearts of the globes.
Dandelions are edible, even though some think they are weeds. They are great for the liver, and you can use the whole plant. Use the root in soups, the leaves in salad greens, and the pretty yellow flowers can be used to decorate salads.
Strawberries, once planted, will continue to return. We all love our berries for our desserts and even in salads as a dressing with balsamic vinegar and walnuts.
Raspberries are very beneficial for your health, super high in nutrients, good for the skin, and are prolific growers yearly. You can freeze them, make jam and eat them daily.
Actually, there are a total of over 30 perennials or more if you look around. Some are not well known and may grow in only specific planting zones. Try something new and have fun in your garden with perennial plants.Related: Soothing Plants for More Oxygen and Better Sleep