Sunchokes


Jerusalem Artichokes (Helianthus tuberosus) Blooming

The sun is out and strong. Both the one in the sky and all the brilliant sunchokes and sunflowers down the ground that follow their sky Goddess with their faces every day.
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Sunchokes are a great pig food. Properly grazed the pigs move through eating some of the tubers, the heads, the leaves and all of the stalks. The leave behind broken bits of tuber in the soil which then sprout the following year.

I would advise you to not plant Jerusalem Artichokes in a place you can’t control them as they are highly invasive. I like that in a fodder.

Outdoors: 79°F/54°F Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 69°F/62°F

Daily Spark: The startled chicken won the pullet surprize.

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