One of my visitors told me this is "wild spinach" aka Lamb's Quarter. It is growing wild in my garden. Anyone of you have this too? Is it really edible?
i have quite a fair bit of it growing in my papaya tree pot...i have been wondering whether it was some vege that i had sown and failed to grow earlier. now that you've given the name, i googled a gardener's newsletter and found that this weed is related to the lettuce family and edible...better have a good look and ensure it's the correct plant otherwise like Love Potion No. 9. the eaters end up kissing everything in sight....
I also have a lot of similar vegi under the mango tree.
What is the English name for this?
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There is an old couple in my neighborhood who plants this vegetable. They told me it is edible but I still have my doubts. They told me it is called "Yin Choy"
Your soil is grayish black, I see. Is that the mulch you were talking about?
Originally Posted by Naka
BTW, have you tried eating these vegetables?
Yes, there are some mulches around the " Han Choi " and we do eat pluck the leaves & eat them either make into soup or quick fry it.
Originally Posted by venuspop
How do you make the "mulches"? Dry leaves and cut grass?