in Home & Gardening Love It Native vs Introduced Garden Fruits and Vegetables in the US by Rex Trulove May 18, 2018, 6:54 pm 528 Views 9 Votes 11 Comments 0share Share Tweet Pin Read LaterAdd to FavouritesAdd to CollectionReport Pages:Previous 12Next post What do you think? 9 points Upvote Downvote 0share Share Tweet PinfruitsGardeningintroducedNativeproduceUSvegetables Written by Rex Trulove 11 Comments Leave a Reply I did not know any of this, I am vegetable dumb! I just cook and eat them. 1 Log in to Reply I only know about it because I love trivia and find it interesting where the plants came from. Incidentally, sweet potatoes come from Central America, too. Log in to Reply That’s amazing article with a lots of news and info! Great photos as well! 1 Log in to Reply I’m glad that you like it! Log in to Reply I cannot wait to return to the states which I am doing this summer. I have really and truly missed Idaho potatoes my favorite. I also loved a green soft leaf salad but have now forgotten the name. 2 Log in to Reply We eat a lot of green salads around here; chef’s salads, tuna salads, crab louie, wilted leaf salad, regular green salad, watercress salad, and so forth. I’ve planted a bunch of potatoes this year, but I don’t know how well they’ll do. If the weather is right for tomatoes, it probably isn’t going to produce too many potatoes. If the weather is great for potatoes, the tomato crop will most likely be small. lol 1 Log in to Reply I love all of these vegetables and getting them fresh is always the best if you can grow them or maybe from a farmer’s market. Interesting to read where they all originated from. 1 Log in to Reply A farmer’s market is an excellent option. I like growing my veggies and fruits, but some things I’ll buy because I never get around to planting them. 1 Log in to Reply Yes this happens to a lot of us. Log in to Reply Thanks to your advice, I am trying to have a small outdoor garden this year. I am hoping that it works this year. 1 Log in to Reply I hear that. I will probably grow most of our garden in the ground and quite a few plants in pots again this year. It worked well last year. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.