It grows really vigorously throughout the tropical summer. It grows from seeds, or cutting. When you cut a stalk to harvest, you can replant after removing the leaves and it will continue growing. As a food plant, it is very versatile - can be eaten raw or cooked.
Sun/Shade: Medium Sun
Water Given in: Spring
When I Fertilise: Never
We've never had pests on our ceylon spinach, even when we have caterpillars on other plants in the garden.
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