Some call it a weed. Those in the know call it food. Purslane is a low-maintenance plant that can cope with summer’s heat in your community garden.
French sorrel is one of those perennial plants that yield something edible through the year. It’s worth having a sizeable clump of the plant in the community garden, or establishing it as a border along the garden edge son there is plenty to share.
Root crops like Jerusalum artichoke are a staple food that we can grow in our community garden. Before we dig them up to cook and eat, we can enjoy Jerusalum artichoke’s bright yellow, sunflower-like bloom.