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Culinary Collectibles

Cranberry Shell Beans

• Mature pods are speckled with red and yellow streaks, and hold ivory coloured beans with cranberry spots.
 
• Cooked beans have a nutty, meaty flavour with a creamy texture.
 
• Provide a sunny spot and support beans with pea netting or a sturdy trellis.

 

Mexican Sour Gherkin/Cucamelon

• We grew these in the garden at Greenland last year and loved them. Look like mini watermelons, taste like a combo of fresh cucumber and lime.

• Fast growing, these can be planted into a pot OR the garden, and trail or climb up a trellis or obelisk .

 

Cardoon

• This classic plant is both edible and ornamental.

• Leaf stalks and midrib have a flavor similar to artichokes when boiled.

• Ornamentally, 3-4′ tall plants produce large purple, thistle-like flowers.

 

African Horned Melon

• Unusual fruit with spiny horns and green-yellow skin that turns a bright deep orange when mature.

• Pulp resembles lime-green Jell-O and has a sweet and sour, banana-lime flavor. Excellent juiced!

• Vines are easy to grow, provide a very warm sunny spot.

• Grows 3-5 feet tall.

 

Wasabi

• Grown for its unique stem/root that is grated into a spicy paste.

• Harvested stems should be 6” long and 2” wide.

• Fantastic choice for growing in a container in the watergarden, as wasabi loves to have its roots growing in cool soil, even within trickling water.

• If planting into the garden plant in full to part shade with plenty of organic matter.

 

Tea

• Make your own tea! Our Camellia plants will fill your pots with gorgeous glossy green foliage that can be harvested for your very own black, green or oolong tea.

• Requires a brightly lit spot in the garden with plenty of humidity and acidic soil.

• Pot into a 50/50 blend of bark mix and container soil, and fertilize with an acidifying fertilizer such as 30-10-10.

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