Perennial Edibles

Temperate Climate (Some do well in subtropics too):

Buckler – Leaved Sorrel – Rumex Scutatus

Canna Lily

Chicory

Comfrey (Medicinal –not usually eaten)

Sunshine Mimosa (a.k.a. Sensitive Plant)

Miscellaneous:

Sun Hemp (Tall Annual cover crop)

Some Sugar cane species (bacteria lives in stems, not on roots)

FLorida Natives

Bahama Cassia

Coral Bean Tree (Erythrina Herbacea)

Partridge Pea

Pencil Flower

Redbud

Sunshine Mimosa (Sensitive Plant)

Sweet Acacia

Wax Myrtle

Sweet Acacia

Wax Myrtle

Yellow Necklacepod

North Florida

Alder

Alfalfa

Black Locust

Goumi (great edible fruit)

Clovers

Pawlonia

Vetch

Roots

Rhizoma Perennial Peanut (Arachis Glabrata)  —Grows like turf; must be contained.  Good substitute for grass; drought tolerant, pest resistant, has low fertility requirements, and reduced impact on the environment compared to other turfs in Florida.

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