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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? self seeding, prolific
What are the cons? none
I planted this spinach as a transplant in early spring last year and we had an unusual amount of rain combined with our clay soils the plants failed to thrive and eventually drown. I didn't think much about them again. Tilled everything under in the fall and again this spring and then I was very surprised to see them come up as volunteer plants! They climbed up my tomato cages and produced beautifully all summer. Very unique texture for spinach but delicious.
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3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow - likes heat
What are the cons? Tastes better cooked than raw
Malabar Spinach is easy to grow and loves humidity and heat. I've also found edible Amaranth is worth growing in the hot south - here is a blog post on my experience with those two. http://earthlychow.com/vegetable-greens-hot-humid-summer-malabar-spinach-edible-amaranth
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? WoW we love everythin about it
easy to grow, tast great , loves the heat and needs very little water
15 out of 16 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? I love the taste. Easy to grow
What are the cons? Doesn't grow all year!!
I got the seeds last year and shared some with my brother in Tennessee. He has an organic garden that he has worked for years...with lots of Goat poop so the spinach really grew for him. His family and friends all loved it. I enjoy eating it raw and juicing it. From the reviews, I will have to try drying it out this year.
I started some this spring in my grow room just to make sure the seed was good and it sprouted 100 percent. In fact, these plants are doing so well that I transplanted them to their own pots and am planning to put them out soon. I also have lots of them sprouting from where they grew last year.
I like the taste of it even if the leaves are large.
I planted one plant in a more shaded spot in soil that wasn't worked much and that plant did nothing the whole year. The plants that really took off for me had a lot of organic matter and manure in it. Here is a video I did of my first year...If that is allowed: https://youtu.be/U0JsMbPocYw