350 Red Malabar Spinach Seeds - Basella alba - Pui, Vine Spinach, red Vine Spinach, Climbing Spinach, Creeping Spinach, Buffalo Spinach, Malabar Spinach and Ceylon Spinach SeedsRegular price $11.99 Save $-11.99
These 350 Red Malabar Spinach Seeds are a great way to start your gardening adventure. Red Malabar Spinach is a kind of Basella alba that has attractive, climbing leaves. More than simply a vegetable, this beloved plant from tropical Asia adds a dash of exotic foliage to any space.
A Gastronomic Extravaganza
The fact that Malabar Spinach goes by so many names—including Pui, vine spinach, red vine spinach, and many more—attests to its widespread acclaim. To differentiate it from the green type, we lovingly refer to it as "red malabar" in our home. The southern Indian area of Malabar is being referenced, alluding to its cultural and geographical heritage.
It Is a Tropical Garden
From gardens in Southeast Asia to those in New Guinea and beyond, you can find Malabar Spinach, a plant with roots in India, Sri Lanka, or even Indonesia. If you grow this plant, you'll be connecting with a diverse range of landscapes and cultures while also adding a piece of tropical history to your garden.
From Seed to Lush Vines
A thrilling adventure begins with the planting of these seeds. Begin seeding them gently six weeks before to the final frost. The little seeds may not seem like much, but they have the potential to grow into large, verdant vines that will cover your yard in a rich carpet of spinach-like leaves.
Care and Sunshine
At the very least, your Red Malabar Spinach seeds need eight hours of sunshine every day. They become heat-loving salad and stir-fry greens when exposed to the sun's rays and warmth. As evidence of the plant's resiliency and strength, the robust vines continue to grow all the way into September.
A Surprising Berry Experience
The Malabar Spinach yields tiny, flavorless berries of a blackish-blue hue as it matures into seeds. These berries are great since they sprout quickly, so you can enjoy this tasty green all year round. It’s like the plant’s method of ensuring its legacy endures in your garden.
In a nutshell, growing your own tropical spinach from 350 Red Malabar Spinach Seeds is more than simply a gardening endeavor. They provide a chance to cultivate a spinach variety that is both aesthetically pleasing and uniquely adaptable, adding flavor and diversity to your garden and kitchen.