'); There's so much to love about this useful plant. rubra (L.) Stewart. The plant has medicinal use and the leaves are used to treat Stomatitis-inflamation of the mucous membrane of the mouth. However as an edible plant, the taste is nowhere near spinach and the mucilaginous texture is a big turn off for my family. Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Basella, Climbing Spinach, … We receive more rain in a month than some people get in a year and it still thrives. call a doctor, i've been poisoned!! The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on 2012-03-23) which reports it as a synonym (record 360860) with original publication details: Sp. We live in Michigan. Antiviral activity . On Sep 17, 2012, Cougiecat from Baton Rouge, LA wrote: This plant tastes amazing! On Sep 17, 2012, Gardeningnurse from North Manchester, IN (Zone 5b) wrote: Grows well in Northern Indiana as well. I ripped it out the next morning, wasn't going to devote ANY space to it. i had an extremely busy spring. When raw it has a real fleshy texture my wife doesn't like but I pick and munch on it while working in the garden. You see...we have elk, and they will browse on what is planted on the fence, so...I would like to know. I did manage to save seeds but may not need them as I have volunteers popping up in the garden and in the compost pile. Spinach, Malabar—Basella rubra L. 1 James M. Stephens 2 Malabar spinach is also known as Ceylon spinach, climbing spinach, gui, acelga trepadora, bretana, libato, vine spinach, and Malabar nightshade. How Basella Alba is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format. I just saute the leaves/stems in a little oil and garlic. I just found this site and noticed that most of the people reporting on it were in warmer areas. rubra L., Basella alba L. var. It is a vigorous, climbing, tropical vine that may be grown in St. Louis as (1) an annual leafy vegetable for cultivation of its edible … Beautiful burgundy main stems. KingSizeDelight. Green Malabar spinach is the lighter, … A tropical perennial, Malabar spinach can also be grown … Basella alba is a fast-growing, soft-stemmed vine, reaching 10 metres (33 ft) in length. It roots readily when it touches soil. This is not actually a spinach but has similar flavor. Basella alba, better known as Indian or Malabar spinach, is an ideal alternative for gardeners in hot areas. Privacy Policy and Its tender leaves can be eaten like spinach and colorful stems add season-long interest. Basella Alba is a herb used commonly alongside Hibiscus macranthus for the purpose of fertility. The combination has been found to increase testosterone in rats, and Basella appears to … The combination has been found to increase testosterone in rats, and Basella appears to be … plant have no natural enemies and thrive well in the clay soil and in the more loose fertile ground. Did well until frost. A tropical perennial, Malabar spinach can also be grown as an annual, and flourishes in hot, humid climates and moist, fertile, well-drained soils. Red-stemmed and pretty in flower, red Malabar spinach is a fast-growing vine that has both ornamental and culinary qualities. Provided by ... Basella rubra L. ... Basella alba L. – Ceylon spinach Subordinate Taxa. Esta imagem provém do Wikimedia Commons, um acervo de conteúdo livre da Wikimedia Foundation que pode ser utilizado por outros projetos.. para mais informações. In colder climate, these seeds can be collected and stored for spring sowing. As a fodder for humans, the juice of the leaf has a somewhat gluey or slimy consistency - sort of creepy if you are just grazing in the garden, but not noticeable if it is in a bowl of greens. Red-stemmed and pretty in flower, red Malabar spinach is a fast-growing vine that … I couldn't eat more than a few bites before wanting to throw up. I have been growing this vine for about 10 years now and we love it. Red leaf veins and stems, free-branching climber. - Gandola rubra Rumph. Edible leaves can be eaten raw or cooked like spinach. it is a vigorous grower, and will cover large areas. Add some color to your salads and get a little of both. Basella alba is a succulent, branched, twining herbaceous, perennial plant which is cultivated as a vegetable.This plant is also known as Malabar spinach, Indian spinach, Ceylon spinach, … this is a very easy plant to grow beautiful hanging plant also edible i just cut it up and fold in with my eggs for breakfast also blend with kale cucumber celery apple for a nice breakfast drink add a little honey for sweetness. Good color and texture of foliage. The taste is qite pleasant, nutty, and scrumptous. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil. After cooked, the texture is slimy, suppose is good for stomach health. There are a bunch of recipes for this plant out there. By the first week of July (3mths later) they were over 9ft long. activities of Basella alba and Basella rubra, an aqueous extraction could be of interest . Basella ramosa J.Jacq. Harmful effects of free radicals are at cellular level. Send by email Printer-friendly version. It's wonderful never having to go buy salad greens even during a Louisiana summer. Basella lucida L. Basella nigra Lour. … rubra, often listed as Basella rubra). i quick sauted it. it has a bit of a mucilaginous texture, but, then so does okra. We love to eat it raw in mixed salads or wrapped with other greens and herbs in warm flour tortillas. I've grown both the green and purple varieties, though the location I have them is doesn't get a lot of sun, and the plant doesn't take off without it. One is like the picture with more purple stems/vines, and the other has green stems/vines. I have not tried it cooked, but have been told that it is quite reminiscent of spinach (well, that's better raw, anyway!). Mature Basella alba L. fruit, with dark blue skin and deep red-violet flesh, is a potential source of natural colorants. It grows anywhere in the islands and last for a life time. Taste wise it is wonderful- like spinach. On Apr 14, 2004, foodiesleuth from Honomu, HI (Zone 11) wrote: April 14, 2004 - Honomu, HI Leaves and stems can be eaten raw or cooked. Last year I planted some on our gourd arbor and paid The potential of the fruits of Basella rubra as a blood smear dye has not yet been established, but with the growing harmful effects of synthetic dyes, the need of biologically prepared stains from dye-producing plants like Basella rubra … This tender perennial native to tropical Asia, likely India and Sri Lanka or Indonesia (hardy only to zone 10), is easily grown as an annual during the heat of summer. I believe the seeds overwintered in my compost pile (this is from 2 yrs ago). Avaliação do desempenho agronômico da bertalha (Basella alba L. syn B. rubra) em Ouro Preto D’Oeste. ASSAMESE: Ronga puroi, Ronga puroi sak. On Sep 20, 2017, KingSizeFool from Bastrop, LA wrote: I've grown, served and enjoyed Malabar Spinach for the passed 10 years. The red variety has attractive red stems and pink veins on leaves. Use these convenient icons to share this page on various social media platforms: Baptisia australis 'Twilight Prairieblues' seeds give-away, Zone 10b +1.7 °C (35 °F) to +4.4 °C (40 °F). It responded by doing quite well. but i have watered about everyother day, starting in july and i have a couple of plants that have florished, one over 6 feet tall!. ex Spreng. Rampant growth, re-seeds, birds love the seeds, roots where it touches the ground... all the ingredients for disaster. and some people have been killed right at our corner. Thin seedlings in mid-spring. I know it does do well here in South Louisiana because I have friends that have theirs in full sun and they have plenty to spare. I will try some of this later and report. On Jun 6, 2003, wpm from Millet, Alberta,Canada wrote: I would like to know more about this plant. The red variety has attractive red stems and pink veins on leaves. CHINESE: Mu er cai, Hong teng cai, Hong chan cai, Zi luo kui, Zi ruan teng, Zi bei teng cai, Yan zhi cai. What should I do to keep her alive? Plus the berries can be used as food coloring since they have a purple/red juice that can stain. This is indeed edible (the leaves and stems), birds love the seeds. Basella cananifolia, Basella cordifolia, Basella crassifolia, Basella japonica, Basella lucida, Basella nigra, Basella ramosa, Basella rubra, Basella volubilis, Gandola nigra, Gandola rubra. And it quickly recovered and continued growing. I was trying to mostly plants from around this region so I thought that this was quite a cool novelty. The vines become thick and a bit awkward, and needs to be draped back over the branches of the dead bush its living on. There are two types of Malabar spinach: Basella alba, producing green stems and leaves, and Basella rubra, producing reddish leaves and stems. My greatest problem is stopping them from taking over the entire garden, but it's well worth the efforts. You can also use the leaves raw in salads but they don't taste like spinach when they're raw. Ceylon Spinach, Malabar Spinach, Red Malabar Spinach. But I will be careful all of the same. Basella Alba is a herb used commonly alongside Hibiscus macranthus for the purpose of fertility. Basella alba, or Malabar Spinach, is a vigorous climbing vine, a frost-tender perennial grown as an annual, native to tropical regions in Asia.The plant typically grows to a six-foot vine, but can often … BASELLA alba 'Rubra' Plant Common Name. Malabar spinach is a frost tender perennial vine grown as an annual in cooler climates. Other names include basella, Ceylon spinach, climbing spinach, Surinam spinach, Indian spinach, slippery vegetable, Malabar nightshade, vine spinach, and vine vegetable. It appears in two forms, green one, called in latin Basella alba (alba means white and refer to its white flowers) and Basella rubra (rubra … 67 members have or want this plant for trade. Its fruit juice is used as a good herbal treatment for Conjunctivitis. Use to thicken soups and stir fry’s. 2010).It is a succulent-branched climber and the tender shoots are used as a cool season vegetable. Leaves … It grew very well on a small trellis right into June when it stayed consistently over 100°. I (like many) understand that it doesn't have to taste like spinach just because it's in the title.. We have had record breaking heat all summer and this vine is a champ. The literal meaning of its Latin name (Basella alba) is Small White Pedestal. Basella rubra. It's beautiful yet very controlled. On Apr 28, 2006, farmorejon from Blue Springs, MO wrote: I live in Missouri and was introduced to Malabar spinach six years ago. 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The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on 2012-03-23) which reports it as a synonym (record 360860) with original publication details: Sp. We live in Michigan. Antiviral activity . On Sep 17, 2012, Cougiecat from Baton Rouge, LA wrote: This plant tastes amazing! On Sep 17, 2012, Gardeningnurse from North Manchester, IN (Zone 5b) wrote: Grows well in Northern Indiana as well. I ripped it out the next morning, wasn't going to devote ANY space to it. i had an extremely busy spring. When raw it has a real fleshy texture my wife doesn't like but I pick and munch on it while working in the garden. You see...we have elk, and they will browse on what is planted on the fence, so...I would like to know. I did manage to save seeds but may not need them as I have volunteers popping up in the garden and in the compost pile. Spinach, Malabar—Basella rubra L. 1 James M. Stephens 2 Malabar spinach is also known as Ceylon spinach, climbing spinach, gui, acelga trepadora, bretana, libato, vine spinach, and Malabar nightshade. How Basella Alba is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format. I just saute the leaves/stems in a little oil and garlic. I just found this site and noticed that most of the people reporting on it were in warmer areas. rubra L., Basella alba L. var. It is a vigorous, climbing, tropical vine that may be grown in St. Louis as (1) an annual leafy vegetable for cultivation of its edible … Beautiful burgundy main stems. KingSizeDelight. Green Malabar spinach is the lighter, … A tropical perennial, Malabar spinach can also be grown … Basella alba is a fast-growing, soft-stemmed vine, reaching 10 metres (33 ft) in length. It roots readily when it touches soil. This is not actually a spinach but has similar flavor. Basella alba, better known as Indian or Malabar spinach, is an ideal alternative for gardeners in hot areas. Privacy Policy and Its tender leaves can be eaten like spinach and colorful stems add season-long interest. Basella Alba is a herb used commonly alongside Hibiscus macranthus for the purpose of fertility. The combination has been found to increase testosterone in rats, and Basella appears to … The combination has been found to increase testosterone in rats, and Basella appears to be … plant have no natural enemies and thrive well in the clay soil and in the more loose fertile ground. Did well until frost. A tropical perennial, Malabar spinach can also be grown as an annual, and flourishes in hot, humid climates and moist, fertile, well-drained soils. Red-stemmed and pretty in flower, red Malabar spinach is a fast-growing vine that has both ornamental and culinary qualities. Provided by ... Basella rubra L. ... Basella alba L. – Ceylon spinach Subordinate Taxa. Esta imagem provém do Wikimedia Commons, um acervo de conteúdo livre da Wikimedia Foundation que pode ser utilizado por outros projetos.. para mais informações. In colder climate, these seeds can be collected and stored for spring sowing. As a fodder for humans, the juice of the leaf has a somewhat gluey or slimy consistency - sort of creepy if you are just grazing in the garden, but not noticeable if it is in a bowl of greens. Red-stemmed and pretty in flower, red Malabar spinach is a fast-growing vine that … I couldn't eat more than a few bites before wanting to throw up. I have been growing this vine for about 10 years now and we love it. Red leaf veins and stems, free-branching climber. - Gandola rubra Rumph. Edible leaves can be eaten raw or cooked like spinach. it is a vigorous grower, and will cover large areas. Add some color to your salads and get a little of both. Basella alba is a succulent, branched, twining herbaceous, perennial plant which is cultivated as a vegetable.This plant is also known as Malabar spinach, Indian spinach, Ceylon spinach, … this is a very easy plant to grow beautiful hanging plant also edible i just cut it up and fold in with my eggs for breakfast also blend with kale cucumber celery apple for a nice breakfast drink add a little honey for sweetness. Good color and texture of foliage. The taste is qite pleasant, nutty, and scrumptous. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil. After cooked, the texture is slimy, suppose is good for stomach health. There are a bunch of recipes for this plant out there. By the first week of July (3mths later) they were over 9ft long. activities of Basella alba and Basella rubra, an aqueous extraction could be of interest . Basella ramosa J.Jacq. Harmful effects of free radicals are at cellular level. Send by email Printer-friendly version. It's wonderful never having to go buy salad greens even during a Louisiana summer. Basella lucida L. Basella nigra Lour. … rubra, often listed as Basella rubra). i quick sauted it. it has a bit of a mucilaginous texture, but, then so does okra. We love to eat it raw in mixed salads or wrapped with other greens and herbs in warm flour tortillas. I've grown both the green and purple varieties, though the location I have them is doesn't get a lot of sun, and the plant doesn't take off without it. One is like the picture with more purple stems/vines, and the other has green stems/vines. I have not tried it cooked, but have been told that it is quite reminiscent of spinach (well, that's better raw, anyway!). Mature Basella alba L. fruit, with dark blue skin and deep red-violet flesh, is a potential source of natural colorants. It grows anywhere in the islands and last for a life time. Taste wise it is wonderful- like spinach. On Apr 14, 2004, foodiesleuth from Honomu, HI (Zone 11) wrote: April 14, 2004 - Honomu, HI Leaves and stems can be eaten raw or cooked. Last year I planted some on our gourd arbor and paid The potential of the fruits of Basella rubra as a blood smear dye has not yet been established, but with the growing harmful effects of synthetic dyes, the need of biologically prepared stains from dye-producing plants like Basella rubra … This tender perennial native to tropical Asia, likely India and Sri Lanka or Indonesia (hardy only to zone 10), is easily grown as an annual during the heat of summer. I believe the seeds overwintered in my compost pile (this is from 2 yrs ago). Avaliação do desempenho agronômico da bertalha (Basella alba L. syn B. rubra) em Ouro Preto D’Oeste. ASSAMESE: Ronga puroi, Ronga puroi sak. On Sep 20, 2017, KingSizeFool from Bastrop, LA wrote: I've grown, served and enjoyed Malabar Spinach for the passed 10 years. The red variety has attractive red stems and pink veins on leaves. Use these convenient icons to share this page on various social media platforms: Baptisia australis 'Twilight Prairieblues' seeds give-away, Zone 10b +1.7 °C (35 °F) to +4.4 °C (40 °F). It responded by doing quite well. but i have watered about everyother day, starting in july and i have a couple of plants that have florished, one over 6 feet tall!. ex Spreng. Rampant growth, re-seeds, birds love the seeds, roots where it touches the ground... all the ingredients for disaster. and some people have been killed right at our corner. Thin seedlings in mid-spring. I know it does do well here in South Louisiana because I have friends that have theirs in full sun and they have plenty to spare. I will try some of this later and report. On Jun 6, 2003, wpm from Millet, Alberta,Canada wrote: I would like to know more about this plant. The red variety has attractive red stems and pink veins on leaves. CHINESE: Mu er cai, Hong teng cai, Hong chan cai, Zi luo kui, Zi ruan teng, Zi bei teng cai, Yan zhi cai. What should I do to keep her alive? Plus the berries can be used as food coloring since they have a purple/red juice that can stain. This is indeed edible (the leaves and stems), birds love the seeds. Basella cananifolia, Basella cordifolia, Basella crassifolia, Basella japonica, Basella lucida, Basella nigra, Basella ramosa, Basella rubra, Basella volubilis, Gandola nigra, Gandola rubra. And it quickly recovered and continued growing. I was trying to mostly plants from around this region so I thought that this was quite a cool novelty. The vines become thick and a bit awkward, and needs to be draped back over the branches of the dead bush its living on. There are two types of Malabar spinach: Basella alba, producing green stems and leaves, and Basella rubra, producing reddish leaves and stems. My greatest problem is stopping them from taking over the entire garden, but it's well worth the efforts. You can also use the leaves raw in salads but they don't taste like spinach when they're raw. Ceylon Spinach, Malabar Spinach, Red Malabar Spinach. But I will be careful all of the same. Basella Alba is a herb used commonly alongside Hibiscus macranthus for the purpose of fertility. Basella alba, or Malabar Spinach, is a vigorous climbing vine, a frost-tender perennial grown as an annual, native to tropical regions in Asia.The plant typically grows to a six-foot vine, but can often … BASELLA alba 'Rubra' Plant Common Name. Malabar spinach is a frost tender perennial vine grown as an annual in cooler climates. Other names include basella, Ceylon spinach, climbing spinach, Surinam spinach, Indian spinach, slippery vegetable, Malabar nightshade, vine spinach, and vine vegetable. It appears in two forms, green one, called in latin Basella alba (alba means white and refer to its white flowers) and Basella rubra (rubra … 67 members have or want this plant for trade. Its fruit juice is used as a good herbal treatment for Conjunctivitis. Use to thicken soups and stir fry’s. 2010).It is a succulent-branched climber and the tender shoots are used as a cool season vegetable. Leaves … It grew very well on a small trellis right into June when it stayed consistently over 100°. I (like many) understand that it doesn't have to taste like spinach just because it's in the title.. We have had record breaking heat all summer and this vine is a champ. The literal meaning of its Latin name (Basella alba) is Small White Pedestal. Basella rubra. It's beautiful yet very controlled. On Apr 28, 2006, farmorejon from Blue Springs, MO wrote: I live in Missouri and was introduced to Malabar spinach six years ago. 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A Bertalha (Basella alba L. Syn B. rubra), ou espinafre tropical tem excelente ada£ tabilidade às condições amazônicas, principalmente no período de chuvas intensas onde a maioria das hortaliças-folhosas não vão bem. Easy to start from seed, beautiful plant , but I would have the same YUK response to the taste that kpienaar from FL had if I had not added a little apple cider vinegar to it after cooking in oil and garlic. Please make sure you dispose of any waste in a responsible manner to prevent it from becoming a pest in your area. I have read that seeds germinate best when temps are around 75°. climb on makes it very easy to simply walk outdoors, snap She's still putting out more seeds/purple berries. Other growers have had sucess- I wonder if the heat has something to do with it. General Description. I don't think that there is much of a chance of this becoming a weed out here since it probably couldn't last the winter. It grows best in areas where annual daytime temperatures are within the range 23 - 27°c, but can tolerate 10 - … It has been growing great! Basella alba refers to green stemmed variety and Basella rubra … So I got online last night to look up more information about the plant to see when we can start picking leaves (This is my first year of gardening) Only to find out that it originated in Indonesia and that in some climates this vine can grow a foot a day. but i saw some seeds at a nursery and they looked interesting. Ordered seeds online and the plants reseed every year. Basella japonica Burm.fil. Are they toxic, or just taste bad, or are they indeed edible? In the spring, it got left out during a night that dropped into the 40's. It can be grown as an annual, leafy vegetable for the cultivation of its edible, spinach-like stems and leaves or as an ornamental foliage vine. BENGALI: Puishak, Puin sang. document.write(''); There's so much to love about this useful plant. rubra (L.) Stewart. The plant has medicinal use and the leaves are used to treat Stomatitis-inflamation of the mucous membrane of the mouth. However as an edible plant, the taste is nowhere near spinach and the mucilaginous texture is a big turn off for my family. Browse pictures and read growth / cultivation information about Basella, Climbing Spinach, … We receive more rain in a month than some people get in a year and it still thrives. call a doctor, i've been poisoned!! The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on 2012-03-23) which reports it as a synonym (record 360860) with original publication details: Sp. We live in Michigan. Antiviral activity . On Sep 17, 2012, Cougiecat from Baton Rouge, LA wrote: This plant tastes amazing! On Sep 17, 2012, Gardeningnurse from North Manchester, IN (Zone 5b) wrote: Grows well in Northern Indiana as well. I ripped it out the next morning, wasn't going to devote ANY space to it. i had an extremely busy spring. When raw it has a real fleshy texture my wife doesn't like but I pick and munch on it while working in the garden. You see...we have elk, and they will browse on what is planted on the fence, so...I would like to know. I did manage to save seeds but may not need them as I have volunteers popping up in the garden and in the compost pile. Spinach, Malabar—Basella rubra L. 1 James M. Stephens 2 Malabar spinach is also known as Ceylon spinach, climbing spinach, gui, acelga trepadora, bretana, libato, vine spinach, and Malabar nightshade. How Basella Alba is effective for various diseases is listed in repertory format. I just saute the leaves/stems in a little oil and garlic. I just found this site and noticed that most of the people reporting on it were in warmer areas. rubra L., Basella alba L. var. It is a vigorous, climbing, tropical vine that may be grown in St. Louis as (1) an annual leafy vegetable for cultivation of its edible … Beautiful burgundy main stems. KingSizeDelight. Green Malabar spinach is the lighter, … A tropical perennial, Malabar spinach can also be grown … Basella alba is a fast-growing, soft-stemmed vine, reaching 10 metres (33 ft) in length. It roots readily when it touches soil. This is not actually a spinach but has similar flavor. Basella alba, better known as Indian or Malabar spinach, is an ideal alternative for gardeners in hot areas. Privacy Policy and Its tender leaves can be eaten like spinach and colorful stems add season-long interest. Basella Alba is a herb used commonly alongside Hibiscus macranthus for the purpose of fertility. The combination has been found to increase testosterone in rats, and Basella appears to … The combination has been found to increase testosterone in rats, and Basella appears to be … plant have no natural enemies and thrive well in the clay soil and in the more loose fertile ground. Did well until frost. A tropical perennial, Malabar spinach can also be grown as an annual, and flourishes in hot, humid climates and moist, fertile, well-drained soils. Red-stemmed and pretty in flower, red Malabar spinach is a fast-growing vine that has both ornamental and culinary qualities. Provided by ... Basella rubra L. ... Basella alba L. – Ceylon spinach Subordinate Taxa. Esta imagem provém do Wikimedia Commons, um acervo de conteúdo livre da Wikimedia Foundation que pode ser utilizado por outros projetos.. para mais informações. In colder climate, these seeds can be collected and stored for spring sowing. As a fodder for humans, the juice of the leaf has a somewhat gluey or slimy consistency - sort of creepy if you are just grazing in the garden, but not noticeable if it is in a bowl of greens. Red-stemmed and pretty in flower, red Malabar spinach is a fast-growing vine that … I couldn't eat more than a few bites before wanting to throw up. I have been growing this vine for about 10 years now and we love it. Red leaf veins and stems, free-branching climber. - Gandola rubra Rumph. Edible leaves can be eaten raw or cooked like spinach. it is a vigorous grower, and will cover large areas. Add some color to your salads and get a little of both. Basella alba is a succulent, branched, twining herbaceous, perennial plant which is cultivated as a vegetable.This plant is also known as Malabar spinach, Indian spinach, Ceylon spinach, … this is a very easy plant to grow beautiful hanging plant also edible i just cut it up and fold in with my eggs for breakfast also blend with kale cucumber celery apple for a nice breakfast drink add a little honey for sweetness. Good color and texture of foliage. The taste is qite pleasant, nutty, and scrumptous. Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils and prefers well-drained soil. After cooked, the texture is slimy, suppose is good for stomach health. There are a bunch of recipes for this plant out there. By the first week of July (3mths later) they were over 9ft long. activities of Basella alba and Basella rubra, an aqueous extraction could be of interest . Basella ramosa J.Jacq. Harmful effects of free radicals are at cellular level. Send by email Printer-friendly version. It's wonderful never having to go buy salad greens even during a Louisiana summer. Basella lucida L. Basella nigra Lour. … rubra, often listed as Basella rubra). i quick sauted it. it has a bit of a mucilaginous texture, but, then so does okra. We love to eat it raw in mixed salads or wrapped with other greens and herbs in warm flour tortillas. I've grown both the green and purple varieties, though the location I have them is doesn't get a lot of sun, and the plant doesn't take off without it. One is like the picture with more purple stems/vines, and the other has green stems/vines. I have not tried it cooked, but have been told that it is quite reminiscent of spinach (well, that's better raw, anyway!). Mature Basella alba L. fruit, with dark blue skin and deep red-violet flesh, is a potential source of natural colorants. It grows anywhere in the islands and last for a life time. Taste wise it is wonderful- like spinach. On Apr 14, 2004, foodiesleuth from Honomu, HI (Zone 11) wrote: April 14, 2004 - Honomu, HI Leaves and stems can be eaten raw or cooked. Last year I planted some on our gourd arbor and paid The potential of the fruits of Basella rubra as a blood smear dye has not yet been established, but with the growing harmful effects of synthetic dyes, the need of biologically prepared stains from dye-producing plants like Basella rubra … This tender perennial native to tropical Asia, likely India and Sri Lanka or Indonesia (hardy only to zone 10), is easily grown as an annual during the heat of summer. I believe the seeds overwintered in my compost pile (this is from 2 yrs ago). Avaliação do desempenho agronômico da bertalha (Basella alba L. syn B. rubra) em Ouro Preto D’Oeste. ASSAMESE: Ronga puroi, Ronga puroi sak. On Sep 20, 2017, KingSizeFool from Bastrop, LA wrote: I've grown, served and enjoyed Malabar Spinach for the passed 10 years. The red variety has attractive red stems and pink veins on leaves. Use these convenient icons to share this page on various social media platforms: Baptisia australis 'Twilight Prairieblues' seeds give-away, Zone 10b +1.7 °C (35 °F) to +4.4 °C (40 °F). It responded by doing quite well. but i have watered about everyother day, starting in july and i have a couple of plants that have florished, one over 6 feet tall!. ex Spreng. Rampant growth, re-seeds, birds love the seeds, roots where it touches the ground... all the ingredients for disaster. and some people have been killed right at our corner. Thin seedlings in mid-spring. I know it does do well here in South Louisiana because I have friends that have theirs in full sun and they have plenty to spare. I will try some of this later and report. On Jun 6, 2003, wpm from Millet, Alberta,Canada wrote: I would like to know more about this plant. The red variety has attractive red stems and pink veins on leaves. CHINESE: Mu er cai, Hong teng cai, Hong chan cai, Zi luo kui, Zi ruan teng, Zi bei teng cai, Yan zhi cai. What should I do to keep her alive? Plus the berries can be used as food coloring since they have a purple/red juice that can stain. This is indeed edible (the leaves and stems), birds love the seeds. Basella cananifolia, Basella cordifolia, Basella crassifolia, Basella japonica, Basella lucida, Basella nigra, Basella ramosa, Basella rubra, Basella volubilis, Gandola nigra, Gandola rubra. And it quickly recovered and continued growing. I was trying to mostly plants from around this region so I thought that this was quite a cool novelty. The vines become thick and a bit awkward, and needs to be draped back over the branches of the dead bush its living on. There are two types of Malabar spinach: Basella alba, producing green stems and leaves, and Basella rubra, producing reddish leaves and stems. My greatest problem is stopping them from taking over the entire garden, but it's well worth the efforts. You can also use the leaves raw in salads but they don't taste like spinach when they're raw. Ceylon Spinach, Malabar Spinach, Red Malabar Spinach. But I will be careful all of the same. Basella Alba is a herb used commonly alongside Hibiscus macranthus for the purpose of fertility. Basella alba, or Malabar Spinach, is a vigorous climbing vine, a frost-tender perennial grown as an annual, native to tropical regions in Asia.The plant typically grows to a six-foot vine, but can often … BASELLA alba 'Rubra' Plant Common Name. Malabar spinach is a frost tender perennial vine grown as an annual in cooler climates. Other names include basella, Ceylon spinach, climbing spinach, Surinam spinach, Indian spinach, slippery vegetable, Malabar nightshade, vine spinach, and vine vegetable. It appears in two forms, green one, called in latin Basella alba (alba means white and refer to its white flowers) and Basella rubra (rubra … 67 members have or want this plant for trade. Its fruit juice is used as a good herbal treatment for Conjunctivitis. Use to thicken soups and stir fry’s. 2010).It is a succulent-branched climber and the tender shoots are used as a cool season vegetable. Leaves … It grew very well on a small trellis right into June when it stayed consistently over 100°. I (like many) understand that it doesn't have to taste like spinach just because it's in the title.. We have had record breaking heat all summer and this vine is a champ. The literal meaning of its Latin name (Basella alba) is Small White Pedestal. Basella rubra. It's beautiful yet very controlled. 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