Because of longevity spinach.
Man, I’ve heard of some miraculous uses for the stuff, but that’s impressive.
I haven’t ramped up my production of tropical greens since moving to Alabama, but I do have an Okinawa spinach, a couple of longevity spinach and a Surinam purslane kicking around. We had our first frost last night and I got some things indoors, but I’ll have to go to the old gardens and see if the Okinawa spinach survived.
If you have a warm climate you can eat greens year-round with little difficulty. In Grenada I would just stick piece of longevity spinach in the ground and they would root and grow.
I didn’t have lots of women following me home, though. Maybe it’s because my wife was too much for the competition.
Don’t you mean “first frost last night” not last frost last night.
Fixed – thank you
Your wife is amazing! We wouldn’t dare.
Lmao that video is golden
I’m having fabulous success with Brazilian Spinach here in Zone 8 Central Texas. It overwintered under small glass cloches.