Ok!, So now what? Episode 1 American Ground Nut (apios americana)

I had the LSU varieties here in Texas where it gets quite hot. They do grow provided the soil is kept moist. If it is dry a long time they may or may not keep their leaves or if they do they stop growing. Which means tuber formation is going to be slowed. After two years of watering etc. I did get some tubers but most were too small to practically do anything with. So I would imagine here in this hot environment I would have to let them go longer in ground like 3 years to get something with size. Definitely need to be patient with these.

Definitely curious about getting the LSUs, I think even in Tucson I can figure out a microclimate. Where do you order from?

LSU Groundnuts: