70 Days—In Yoruba communities, Malabar spinach is commonly used as a vegetable. It is often cooked and added to soups or stews, providing a nutritious and flavorful addition to the meal. Additionally, the leaves of Malabar spinach can be used in salads or as a garnish for various dishes. Its versatility makes it a popular choice for culinary purposes in Yoruba cuisine.
Calling all gardeners and plant enthusiasts! Did you know that Malabar spinach is an absolute gem to grow during the summer months in most places? And guess what? OUR Discovery Farm has got you covered with some amazing Malabar spinach growing on the ‘Chaos Mountain of Chance’!
Why should you consider growing Malabar spinach this summer? Let me tell you why! This vibrant and leafy green not only thrives in warm temperatures but also lends a unique twist to your culinary creations. 🍽️ Plus, it’s packed with nutrients!
But here’s the best part – Malabar spinach is known for its self-seeding ability! Once you successfully grow it, you can enjoy a continuous supply year after year. However, it’s important to keep it in check to avoid any unexpected surprises next year.
To prevent it from sprouting up everywhere, here’s a handy tip: Simply remove the mature seeds before they have a chance to drop. By doing this, you’ll have more control over where the plants grow, ensuring a neat and tidy garden or deck container.
Packet : 30+ seeds