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Climbing Yam

Native to China and Japan, these unique vines are prized for their ornamental value and nutritious tubers, which are eaten oiled, steamed or mashed like potatoes. Hardy perennials, they die back in the winter and return in the spring. Cinnamon Vine grows to about 8-10 ft. in height and looks very nice on a garden fence or wall. In areas with very warm summers, Cinnamon Vine can spread quickly.

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Dr. Yao™

Dr. Yao™

Prized for its exceptionally large and tasty tubers, this popular variety is widely used in Chinese cooking.
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$ 17.95
Japanese Yam

Japanese Yam

Very popular in Japan, this attractive, perennial vine is prized for its heart-shaped foliage, fall blooms, and tasty and nutritious tubers, which are formed both underground and on aerial branches.
9779
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$ 17.95
Variegated Cinnamon Vine

Variegated Cinnamon Vine

This attractive selection features wide, creamy white and green, variegated foliage.
9778
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$ 17.95
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