Here’s a list of perennial food varieties that I’m either currently growing, intend to plant for the first time this spring, or hope to plant in the near future. Some of these won’t be hardy in colder regions, others will thrive almost anywhere. I’ll go into more detail about each one later; this is just basically a list. Kind of a “Table Of Contents.”
Perennials I’m already growing:
Malabar Spinach (it died back to the ground this winter though, so I’m waiting to see if the roots will survive till spring)
Perennials I’ll be planting this spring:
Perennials I hope to plant in the near future:
Good King Henry
*Tender perennials that may not overwinter in areas that get hard frosts. Not sure if they’ll work in my climate.
**Semi-tender perennials that may be damaged by hard frosts.
You can find more great suggestions in the book Perennial Vegetables by Eric Toensmeyer