How to Grow Perennial VegetablesBook - 2012
"In normal gardening lingo, 'perennial' is used to describe a low-growing herbaceous or evergreen non-woody perennial plant. However, this book takes a much wider perspective. For example, trees and shrubs are also perennials, and in fact there are many nice edible leaves from then - lime leaves, saltbush leaves and mullberry leaves, to name but three. Aquatic perennial plants are also included here, as are some bulbs, and one fern" -- P. 19.
Publisher: Totnes, Devon : Green Books, 2012
Call Number: 635.932 C858h
Characteristics: 224 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Subtitle on cover: Low-maintenance, low-impact vegetable gardening