What are the pros? Beautiful, tasty, easy
What are the cons? prone to a spot
These grew like wildflower in my morning sun bed last year. They seed often, which may have resulted in the DOZENS of volunteer plants that have now popped up in my garden this year. so IMO very easy to grow, low maintenance, and returning as volunteers. They're a beautiful addition to the garden; require some trellis or stakes to vine significantly. Mine are prone to a spot that I need to investigate. The leaves are thick and hearty; I have eaten sauteed as spinach and as an addition to salads. The smaller leaf size requires a bit more effort to cultivate in order to get a meal for 5.
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