Kris Mendoza wrote:I am a bit afraid of sunchokes because I am a city dweller without a lot of room for them to spread...
Kris Mendoza wrote:I am a bit afraid of sunchokes because I am a city dweller without a lot of room for them to spread... but what about planting them in the "hellstrip" (that space between the street and the sidewalk)? Then they could only spread so far!
Dan Lewis wrote:I've heard they can be invasive. Anyone heard about that?
Danny Smithers wrote:I'm looking for a low (no) maintenance perennial oil crop of some sort that can be grown in zone 4, and so far that's what I've come up with. I don't want to hijack the thread and turn it into an oil/maxmillan discussion, so I'll keep researching.
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