Basella alba is an edible perennial vine in the family Basellaceae. It is found in
tropical Asia ... Typical of leaf vegetables, Malabar spinach is high in vitamin A,
vitamin C, iron, and calcium. I...
This beautiful plant is not a true spinach but a different species (basella rubra).
Red Malabar is beautiful!
Jul 30, 2009 ... Well, OK, it's distantly related, but it doesn't taste much like spinach at all. When
it's raw Malabar spinach has very fleshy, thick leaves that are ...
Mar 27, 2016 ... Malabar spinach is not a true spinach, but it does indeed resemble the green
leafy vegetable. If not spinach, what then is Malabar spinach and ...
Jun 1, 2006 ... Malabar spinach grows eight to ten feet tall and wide and produces
inconspicuous white-tinged pink flowers in its leaf axils. Upon fertilization ...
Basella, also known as vine or Malabar spinach, is a popular green leafy
vegetable of tropical origin. Its fleshy, mucilaginous leaves and tender stems are
The DIYNetwork.com garden experts show how to grow Malabar spinach, a
vining plant grown for its edible stems and leaves.
Malabar spinach is in the Basellaceae family, not the spinach family. The taste is
similar to spinach, however this crop is a very warm-season crop unlike ...
Climbing Malabar Spinach(Basella rubra) Large, mild-flavored green leaves look
terrific climbing up a bean tower, mailbox post, or fence! This Ornamental ...
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Red Stem Malabar Spinach Seeds. Large, mild-flavored green leaves look terrific
climbing up a bean tower, mailbox post, or fence!