Yet more mashua

If there is anyone else who would like some mashua tubers please let me know.

6 April, update, I have packed up some parcels today and there are still more lying in a basket hoping for a home so do get in touch if you would like some!

14 April update – they have all gone now!

 

About Anni Kelsey

Author of Edible Perennial Gardening and avid researcher into edible perennials and associated useful plants.
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12 Responses to Yet more mashua

  1. moonwho says:

    Yes please I’d love to try some.

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  2. Bill Wright says:

    Hi Anni. Once again thanks . Got those Mashua tubers in pots.Will let you know how they come on . Bill

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  3. peter samsom says:

    Hi Anni,
    I’d love to try some.
    Thanks
    Peter

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  4. I’m not sure if you posted me any Anni but I haven’t received them yet. I can send you a cheque if you let me know how much and who to make it payable to.

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  5. lam says:

    hi, im interested in mashua and andean tubers like yacon
    whats your email so i can send you address / postage or we can trade too?

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  6. Colleen says:

    I’d love to try them too. I tried a few years ago but the weather didn’t cooperate that year! How do we arrange that. I’m in Iowa.

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  7. AIDEEN says:

    Hi Anni, are you able to post to Ireland ? If so let me know the postage and i will send it in to you. I started a perennial section in my garden after getting your book, it is great!
    Thanks
    aideen

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  8. Ray Rizzel says:

    Hi Anni, Thank you very much for the Mashua tubers! I can’t wait to watch them grow!

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