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Frost tolerant perennial edibles

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i live in Tenterfield where we get frequent hard frosts. I'm seeking perennial edible plants that will tolerate this, at least once they have advanced. any suggestions would be great. thanks.
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8th July 2017 11:07am
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SueBee says...
Egyptian walking onions are a great frost tolerant perennial veg. Onions forever. Also Scarlet Runner beans (7year bean). Come up every year but dormant in winter.
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allybanana says...
How about chick weed and English nettle and mallow.They do best here in Eden during winter and tolerate light frost. I am not sure about hard frost.
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