Autumn in the Perennial Vegetable Garden 2015

Here are the autumn photographs for the plants in the spring and summer posts. (Photos here from 2013/4 and 2014/5).

Again no sign of the quamash and golden garlic above ground and the wild hyacinth seedhead has gone now too. There is a question mark beneath the plant I labelled as pignut last time because a sharp-sighted relative of mine, who has a plant from the same source, noticed that we may actually be growing corky-fruited water-dropwort (Oenanthe pimpinelloides). We're not 100% sure of the identification yet but the seeds in particular aren't quite right for Bunium bulbocastanum.

Oyster plant

Giant chives
Pearl onion

Variegated Daubenton
Ewiger kohl

Horseradish (and nettles!)
Bladder campion
Three-cornered leek

Oyster plant - Mertensia maritima
? - Oenanthe pimpinelloides?
Giant chives - Allium ledebourianum
Pearl onion - Allium ampeloprasum ssp. ampeloprasum
Variegated Daubenton - Brassica oleracea var.'Daubenton Panache'
Ewiger kohl - Brassica oleracea (translation 'ever-lasting cabbage')
Horseradish - Armoracia rusticana
Bladder campion - Silene vulgaris - known as 'carletti' in Italy
Three-cornered leek - Allium triquetrum
Grass nut - Triteleia laxa

N.B. I sell a range of perennial vegetable plants on my website.