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Dating back 3000 yrs, this very hardy perennial has been used all over the world in many different guises such as an aphrodisiac, a cure for tuberculosis, a rub for back pain and a bitter herb for Passover. Eat as a compliment to corned beef, chicken and seafood. Harvest the tubers in the early autumn, keeping one or two back to re-plant for next year's crop. Likes most types of soils. Priced for a 1 litre pot