Perennial Vegetables That Grow Back Year After Year

1. Asparagus

Asparagus recipe enthusiasts eagerly anticipate the springtime emergence of these stalks. 


This perennial vegetable is comparatively simple to cultivate the only challenge is waiting one to two years before harvesting the first spears. 

2. Ramps

Ramps, also known as wild leeks or wild garlic, have a mild onion flavor that is delectable when raw and used in a variety of dishes.


They are gathered from forests, but you can also incorporate them into your own woodsy landscape. 

3. Rhubarb

When everyone begins to discuss their rhubarb, it is another unmistakable sign of spring. 


Large, broad leaves on green and crimson-tinged shafts make this a fantastic choice for your garden or landscape.

4. Fiddleheads

Fiddleheads, the brilliant green, tightly-curled tips of ferns that have a flavor similar to asparagus when cooked or pickled.


You can cultivate your own fiddleheads from perennial ostrich ferns if your property includes shady areas or forests with moist soil.

5. Onions

There are a few easy-to-grow varieties of onions that can be included in a perennial garden, but not all varieties. 


Bunching onions, also known as scallions or green onions, are hardy in Zones 5-9 and rapidly expanding.

6. Horseradish

The flavor of freshly grated horseradish root is so intense and flavorful that you will never return to bottled horseradish again.

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