I would love to buy some Jerusalem Artichokes from someone if you have them.
I can't find a local supplier and I don't want to pay $4/lb plus shipping
from a gardening catalog. Any help or leads would be appreciated.
I am located in Tri-Cities Washington, I've talked to several people who had
them years back but don't anymore. My dad was telling me he had to use round
up on the one we had when I was a kid to get rid of them. so I know there
should be plenty around somewhere!
I know that they have a tendency to take over any area which is why I
planted them somewhere where I did not care if that happened. Yummy
tubers, but for some reason, after three years, my patch died. :-( I'd
not mine re-starting them if anyone in Texas wants to mail me some?
Sprout the Mung Bean to reply...
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not if you plant them where they can't spread like in a large planter or
concrete tub, or, what I would do, in and area surrounded by bedrock.
I'd love some. Does anybody in/near Hilo, HI have any to spare?
(happy to pay).
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