Sunchoke - Stampede

Sunchoke

Helianthus tuberosus
Variety Name:
Stampede

Sunflower with edible tubers. Harvest in spring or fall; cook or roast like potatoes or eat raw for their crunchy sweetness. Bright yellow daisy flowers in late summer smell like chocolate. Perennial that will spread, so plant in an area where it is contained unless you plan to harvest it heavily. Great on the alley side of a garage.
English: Jerusalem Artichokes
Vegetables
Yellow
8′–10′
sun,  
butterflies, native, US native, Saturday restock,
3.5" pot
$3.00
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Friends School Plant Sale photo by Pat T.
Sunchoke tubers for eating

Symbol Key

    Sun, Part Sun/Part Shade, Shade
  •  Bee-Friendly
  •  Bird Food Source
  • Butterflies
  • Cold-Sensitive
  • Culinary
  • Edible Flowers
  • Ground Cover
  • Hummingbirds
  • Interesting Foliage
  • Medicinal
  • Minnesota Native
  • New This Year
  • Organic
  • Poisonous to Humans
  • Rock Garden
  • Saturday Restock