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YAM - OCA - BUNYIP

Oca - Robin Hood TubersBotanical Name: Oxalis tuberosa
Description

Bunyip is a variety from the Garden Larder breeding/selection program. The tubers are cream lightly blushed with pink and with pink eyes. Many large tubers.
Oca is a close relative of the weed oxalis that you may find in your garden, though oca does not go weedy, and produces tasty tubers in late Autumn/early Winter. They have a starchy, potato like flavour and texture.

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$3.00 0 Rhizome
(Bare Root)
Pot: NONE (Bare Root) Email Me When Available
*Pack of 3 tubers for $9 In Production
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Oca - Robin Hood Yam - Oca - Robin Hood (3) For Sale (Size: Small Bare Root)  (Rhizome)

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WA

Suitability in Pots

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I have been trying to grow oca for severalyears, I think I should try tubers?? | bruce little - kialla, vic 12-Sep-2018
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