Six Exotic Vegetables For Oregon Gardeners To Try

Bring a taste of South America, Europe or Asia to your garden this year by adding a diverse array of exotic vegetables.

A varied collection of plants can also reduce the potential for pests and diseases in a garden, said Jim Myers, a vegetable breeder with the Oregon State University Extension Service.

“There’s a lot of natural, biological control that goes on in a garden that we’re not even aware of when we have biodiversity,” Myers said.

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