Where can you buy oca (the root vegetable) in America?

I was reading about oca, which is a type of small potato that grows in the Andes Mountains. The description of it made it sound pretty good. It was described as “tasting like a baked potato with the sour cream already on it.” That sounds pretty good.

Unfortunately I can’t find any information about where to BUY the damn thing in the United States. (Indiana, for what it’s worth.) Does it have to be ordered and shipped in from Peru?

Anyone had it? Like it?

Generic answer, I’ll try to be specific on a later post
Oca (Oxalis tuberosa) is really good, particularly when you let it in the sun for a couple of days, it brings the sweet out. Some PEruvian chefs have even used it for desserts.
In Peru you can get it around June.
You might try your luck in places where there are Peruvian expats: Patterson, NJ and of course Miami and L.A.

New Zealand is also a producer.

Here’s a website (LA). Looks like it’s only available in July.