Chinese water-spinach "Kangkong".
Annual, vigorous, easy- to- grow plant. Stwems and leaves used for food, taste remind of spinach.
Irreplaceable in Asian cuisine, used as a garnish. Young plants with leaves and stems can be cooked, stewed, frozen, canned.
Prefers moist, humic, light soil. Plant supports recommended; if the plants are grown without supports, they form a dense carpet.
1,0 g = 22-25 seeds.
Eng.: Chinese water-spinach, river spinach, water morning glory, water convolvulus, Chinese watercress, swamp cabbage, kangkong. Suom.: Kiinan vesipinaatti. Sven.: Vattenspenat. Bot. syn: Ipomoea natans, Ipomoea repens Roth, Ipomoea reptans Poir., Ipomoea sagittaefolia Hochr., Ipomoea subdentata Miq.