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JCorte:
Hi everyone,

Just wanted to share my favorite source for root crops from a breeder in Washington.  He just made items available for pre-order for next season.

Cultivariable.com

He specializes in Andean potatoes, yacon, oca, mashua, and ulluco.
Iíve also ordered perennial sea kale and dwarf Jerusalem artichokes.
I love his potatoes.

Janet

Forester:

--- Quote from: JCorte on April 27, 2021, 08:34:51 PM ---Hi everyone,

Just wanted to share my favorite source for root crops from a breeder in Washington.  He just made items available for pre-order for next season.

Cultivariable.com

He specializes in Andean potatoes, yacon, oca, mashua, and ulluco.
Iíve also ordered perennial sea kale and dwarf Jerusalem artichokes.
I love his potatoes.

Janet

--- End quote ---
Hell, I've been looking for this for a long time. Thank you Janet!

strom:
WOW!

TomekK:

--- Quote from: JCorte on April 27, 2021, 08:34:51 PM ---Hi everyone,

Just wanted to share my favorite source for root crops from a breeder in Washington.  He just made items available for pre-order for next season.

Cultivariable.com

He specializes in Andean potatoes, yacon, oca, mashua, and ulluco.
Iíve also ordered perennial sea kale and dwarf Jerusalem artichokes.
I love his potatoes.

Janet

--- End quote ---

Found him this year, ordered oca and mashua. Incredible prices for these, and they came bigger/better than excpected and packed well. Also, his breeding work is incredible, and he might be the only easily accessible breeder of these Andean crops (including potatoes!) in the U.S.

Highly recommended!

josianecanadian:
Hi, Janet. Thank you for sharing this seller's website. I love his potatoes too! I always buy small potatoes from him to plant in April with my two sons' help. They love helping me with my vegetable garden so much. This year I will be able to grow potatoes more than usual because we have some cool branch stores with seeds and sprouts. How do you grow perennial seaweed? I'd love to know your way of working with these seeds so I can apply your experience to my vegetable garden. We can start chatting in PM or go to a messenger you are comfortable with. I hope you will answer. I appreciate your consideration.

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