Rosie and Peter, a couple from Goa, have started the Talinum Project to spread the word about this lesser-known, nutritious and delicious greens. Guess word, these are even easy to maintain and can even grow in the shade of the cities. A neglected talinum plant can be restored with a trim, some water and compost.
Talinum, also known as ‘Surinam Spinach’, can be grown through cuttings and is also a self-seeding plant. The seeds are not readily available in nurseries, but local gardening groups may have them. The more you pluck, the more it grows. You need to harvest it regularly to ensure tender shoots and leaves.....................Read more
Source: The New Indian Express