I got mine from Will Bonsall of the Seed Savers network... As I
remember he had a number of different cultivars.
On Thursday, February 12, 2004, at 09:58 AM, KenFern wrote:
> You would be better off obtaining tubers since seed is likely to give
> variable results.
> I'm not sure how up to date this info is, but William Blackmon of the
> Department of Horticulture at Louisiana State University was carrying
> research into this species in the 1980's and 90's. He developed several
> higher-yielding cultivars. I'd recommend contacting him, or the
> of Agriculture if he is no longer there, to see if these cultivars are
> Hope that is of help
> Ken Fern