It was certainly proper for us to focus when we started our farming adventure on annuals, things like okra, tomatoes, squash, beans, and peas. And let’s be honest: we’ll always be growing annuals. During the last year or so, though, we’ve found ourselves thinking more about and moving more toward perennials, plants we can start and then use for food year after year. We talk today about fruits and nuts, of course, but also asparagus, and sorrel, and leaks, and Jerusalem artichokes. And we finish with our favorite faux perennial, self-seeding green beans.