- Jun 21, 2008
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- NE IN
Yes. But the greens DW & I grew were grown for that purpose... their tubers were very deep, fragile, and located anywhere within 3' of the plant. But greens we tried from other varieties had mixed results - the leaves from some ornamental varieties were absolutely horrible. The greens from commercial varieties are probably OK. The flavor can take getting used to, we liked them boiled (which removes some of the bitterness) and served with soy sauce & garlic powder. If you like them, they can be an incredibly productive cut-and-come-again green all summer, getting bushier after each cutting.You can eat the greens?
I am shocked seed corn. You don't want even 1 of your favorites to take a corner of the garden? Store bought are so terrible.