Helianthus is easy to grow but will require space in your garden.
This root vegetable is associated with the ancient vegetables is similar to Jerusalem artichokes.
Helianthis tubers can be harvested as needed after the first frost and until March.
You will not need to water it unless there is a prolonged drought, and it is advisable to do two ridges during the season to help it grow stronger.
This vegetable is finer than the taupinambur, and is used in the same way in cooking. Like Jerusalem artichoke, this vegetable facilitates the expulsion of intestinal gas and should be eaten in small quantities.