Black-eyed peas, okra and sweet potatoes hold up well during summer’s hot and dry conditions. But plants like lamb’s quarters, nutsedge (also called chufa) and cannas do well, too. And they have edible parts.
Watch the video below for Marjorie Wildcraft’s thoughts on summer survival gardening.
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