Britton Shiso From Johnny’s Seeds. Eye-catching green leaves with red undersides. Good salad mix item, or use larger leaves as sushi wraps or garnishes. Grows well in moderate sun/heat for best colors. Like cilantro, does not appreciate too much heat and will bolt (go to seed). Pinch back to get […]
Papalo Originally from Johnny’s Seeds. Large, bluish green leaves with a flavor reminiscent of cilantro and arugula. Popular in Hispanic communities where it is used like cilantro. Heat and drought-tolerant, prefers to dry out before being re-watered. Also known as summer cilantro because it thrives in exceptional heat. (Seeds also […]
Pink Dragonfruit Biannual fruiting season, summer and winter. This cactus requires minimal care throughout the year. Edible fruit is easy to peel and attractive to serve. Stick cactus leaf in the ground to propagate.
Cholesterol Spinach Purchased at Home Depot as “Cholesterol Spinach,” this most closely resembles Ganura Procumbens. It is also known as the wonder plant, anti-cholesterol plant and longevity spinach. It grow rapidly and well in the sun. Propagates by slip. It is edible and said to be healthy. It can be […]
Desert Rose, Pink solid Desert Rose, also known as adenium, is an ornamental with a variety of blooms. (image color is close to the one brought in as a sample with the starter plant) Native to Africa and the Arabian Peninsula, daily light watering is recommended. Adenium is a popular […]
Oregano (traditional) Traditional oregano, a perennial herb, is native to temperate western and southwestern Eurasia and the Mediterranean region. It likes moist well-drained soil and thrives in partial shade. Oregano makes a great ground cover, putting out roots where the stalk touches the soil. As an herb it is used […]