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Night shade looks good. I have 3 kinds of Amaranth planted, one with purple leaves, 2 green leaves, must be one of those huh?Don't have a clue about the first one but leaves look thick and yummy!:))
some kind of spinach?
Indo to my un-educated eyes those look like the spinach leaves..heheh..I know bad guess...:))
I just love love all the green leafy veggies... night shade is new to me. hope to see u cooking all these soon :)
Bachali in telugu??
All the leaves looks so good. So fresh too. I have to plant some amaranth this week in my garden. Thanks.Ramya
I have seen so many unidentified greens in my Asian market. Do you knwo the Asian names for these greens?
where can I get nightshade (manathakkali) seeds? I have been looking for them for a while as they are my favorite greens and apparently, they are not considered edible in the US and hence they are not sold. Please let me know.
wow those look so green and fresh! i had to clear up my veggie garden :-(
Ah! malabar spinach?I couldnt remember the name (I had in mind) when i posted the first time around.
Is it Malabar Spinach?
indian spinach or malabar spinach?
I would have guessed chard, but you've got that named in a photo already! It's not malabar spinach is it? All your greens look wonderful. And potatoes in the previous post, I wish I could make those right now! :)Now I have to open my eyes and read the other guesses :)
hmmmm....errrr...let me think..."wearing a thinking cap"... still no idea :-)
slacker momma, I don't think the seeds are available here. Try back home.
Priya, Kalva get 1/2 a point.Pasali Keerai = Spinach no? The leaves of 'Malabar Spinach' are thicker than Spinach and that is answer to the quiz.Kay, Deepika, Maheswari and Linda -you'll got it. Cheers!Suganya, no idea what the Asian names are, I would like to know those too.
Green s always soothing &healthy.Lovely snaps.mirage:)))))
Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate each and everyone of your suggestions.