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Sweet potato A very popular crop with visitors to Eden. The varities ‘Duo’ and ‘Carolina Ruby’ are easy to get hold of although ‘T65’ is James’s favourite being reliable and vigorous, with good-sized tubers. Good mashed, or roasted in the oven, and sprinkled with salt. Inca wheat or Amaranth Oca or New Zealand yam Edible tuber that yields big crops given a long growing season. Ideal alternative to potatoes and usefully Oca doesn’t suffer from the same pest and diseases. 42 AMATEUR GARDENING 26 SEPTEMBER 2015 Harvest as a microgreen to dress salads or let the leaves mature and use them like spinach.
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