Growing Jerusalem Artichokes, also Sunchoke

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20 Jun 20 Marlane (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I live in Redland Bay Qld and I am finding it impossible to buy or find Jerusalem artichoke tubers. I so desperately want some to plant. Could you please help me find them. Sincerely Marlane Rogers
16 Aug 20 Tanya (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Hi there. I just bought tubers from bunnings last week. Hope that's helpful
28 Aug 20 Albert (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Hi I have been growing them for 20 years plus. Sell my excess on eBay And Gumtree. Sold 35kgs this year (and I eat/ate a lot myself! Lol) they are very productive and so easy to grow
16 Aug 20 Peter Hovey (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Green Harvest at Witta on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland have them at present just bought some about 3 weeks ago they do mail order or click and collect.https://greenharvest.com.au/Plants/GarlicToKrachai.html#JerusalemArtichokes
14 Aug 20 Natalie (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
There are currently several people and nurseries selling Jerusalem artichoke tubers on EBay Australia. I've just bought the cheapest lot from Sydney NSW.
04 Jul 20 Caroline (Australia - temperate climate)
I could send you some - but pretty sure that’s not possible / legal from Victoria into QLD?
22 Jun 20 Anonymous (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Look up internet seed selling websites. Google - where to buy J A's.
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