Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed
Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed

    Red Malabar Spinach Seeds Vine Spinach Basella alba Seed

    $10.29
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      Item specifics
      Color: Red
      Sunlight: Full Sun, Medium Sun
      Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
      Indoor/Outdoor: Outdoor
      Common Name: Spinach
      Brand: The Rike
      Watering: Medium
      Season of Interest:
      Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter
      Type:
      Garden Seeds, Herb Seeds, Vegetable Seeds
      Features: Fast Growing
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      Red Malabar Spinach Seeds - Basella alba - Fresh spinach taste
      Emergency Survival Vegetable Seeds - Garden Seeds, 100% Organic Non-GMO
      Easy to grow!  - FREE SHIPPING
      Tested 10-1-2020, 90-99% Germ. Rate
      Features:
      • Malabar spinach can be grown as a perennial vegetable or herb used for culinary purposes or ornamental purposes in USDA Zones 8 - 11.
      • Basella Rubra is a climbing, vine plant that can reach 10 feet tall climbing up trellises, mailboxes, arbors, etc.
      • Provide a trellis or arbor, and it will soon make a very attractive vining plant with deep green, edible leaves, and violet blooms.
      • The big, leafy, leaves can be used throughout the summer either cooked or in salads. The taste is a bit different than traditional spinach.
      • Sow 1 to 2 seeds for every plant you desire in your herb garden. There are many cooking recipes you can find utilizing malabar spinach.

      Malabar Spinach (Basella Rubra or Basella alba) - If you are looking for a different flavor from traditional spinach, then this gorgeous combination of deep green leaves set against burgundy stems and violet blooms will be perfect in your herb garden. Edible leaves grown from Malabar Spinach seeds can be used throughout summer and will flourish in heat and humidity. Young leaves of this herb plant can be cooked and added to recipes and fresh leaves make a great salad. Climbing to 10 feet or more, Malabar Spinach is a lovely vine for trellises and arbors. It is also commonly referred to as Climbing Spinach Vine, Red Vine Spinach or Creeping Spinach. The Malabar Spinach herb is one of the very few garden herbs that is a vining plant.

      How To Grow Malabar Climbing Spinach: Once frost danger has passed, plant the Malabar Spinach seeds directly in the herb garden. Some gardeners recommend scarifying the herb seeds to improve germination. Cover the Basella Rubra seeds with 1/4 inch of soil and keep the soil adequately moist.

      Red-stemmed and pretty in flower, red Malabar spinach is a fast-growing vine that has both ornamental and culinary qualities. Red Vine Spinach requires a trellis or other support for the twining vine.

      A native of India, Malabar Spinach is a fully evergreen tender perennial herb with densely twining, rambling stems that can become thick and often require management to keep them from overtaking supports. Grow these herb seeds as a perennial in frost-free zones and as an annual herb in colder zones.

      One of the very few garden herbs that is a vining plant
      Edible leaves grown from Malabar Spinach seeds can be used throughout summer and will flourish in heat and humidity. Young leaves of this herb plant can be cooked and added to recipes and fresh leaves make a great salad. Climbing to 10 feet or more, Malabar Spinach is a lovely vine for trellises and arbors. It is also commonly referred to as Climbing Spinach Vine, Red Vine Spinach or Creeping Spinach. This gorgeous combination of deep green leaves set against burgundy stems and violet blooms will be perfect in your herb garden.
      Attention: Store the seeds in a dry place, do not place them in direct sunlight or high temperature.
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