We all aim for an easier life. It’s especially great when we find ways to work smart and not hard. This is particularly true when you’re gardening. We need to find ways to minimize the work, increase the harvest and the income.
One of the many ways to do this is by planting crops that you can harvest and leave roots or part of the plant in the ground, and they go from year to year. Unfortunately this can’t be done with everything that you plant, but I recently came across a short article that mentioned 5 such crops.
Head over to the following page for the full list of the 5 crops.