Order of Unusual Tubers Arrived! ( Opening / Unboxing )

Posted: February 22, 2015 in Central & Southern America, Perennial Crops, Tubers & Other Root Vegetables
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After a successive year growing other tubers (Other than potatoes) and enjoying leaving the crop underground until I wanted to make use of them (Great storage advantage), I decided to order more varieties and happily stumbled on a site specialising in exactly that! well they sell other things, not only tubers.

After a few videos online and reading a blog post here and there, I placed my order at Incredible Vegetables (I originally intended to order one of their Tuber Seed Kits) but realised that I already have Jerusalem Artichokes and Chinese Artichokes so had to order only the Oca and Ulluco (South American Tuber Vegetables) separately.

Check them out if you are interested in Unusual / Rare varieties of vegetables, they also have Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook pages for those who prefer connecting via social media.

Package of Oca and Ulluco just arrived and opened

They supply Plant information on the Oca and Ulluco regarding growing, history and even how to cook & eat!

Good plant information was supplied on all varieties ordered, this included how to grow and cooking / eating options…

12x Oca & 5x Ulluco Tubers from incredible vegetables

Keep an eye out throughout the year! I will be posting various updates as the season goes on, not only on these plants but also the Jerusalem & Chinese Artichokes, I will definitely do some stacking between them so looking forward to the experimenting as well!

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