Which ones should I farm and why?You can plant sukuma wiki (collard greens), Swiss chard, African leafy vegetables (such as amaranthus
, spider plant, nightshade, and cowpeas), cabbage, and capsicums.
A selection of hardy annuals, such as nigella, cosmos, calendula, sunflowers and amaranthus
, not only looks good and can be used as cut flowers, they also attract pollinators and beneficial insects into the garden.
Salvias, begonias, petunias, fuchsia, snapdragon, marigolds, cosmos, celosia, verbenas and amaranthus
- whether you grow from seed or pick up trays of plug plants in your local garden centre, make sure your plot this summer is a brilliant one!
Herbs are a given, of course, but leading chefs of the day and a growing number of people espousing vegan principles publicise their favourites like Amaranthus
, better known as Love-Lies-Bleeding, with leaves that apparently taste like pea pods.
spinosus (L.) Spiny amaranth (Amaranthaceae) 13.
He also reported the intraspecific variation of roselle, amaranthus
, lima bean and lupo in the provinces.
He noted that food items such as amaranthus
(terere), sweet potatoes and pumpkins are great sources of nutrients.
Previous studies on some common vegetables consumed in Swaziland determined and reported the levels of vitamin A, iron, calcium, zinc and manganese in raw Corchorius olitorus [Malvaceae] (ligusha), Momordica involucrata [Cucurbitaceae] (inkhakha), Amaranthus
spinosus [Amaranthaceae] (imbuya), Bidens pilosa [Asteraceae] (chuchuza) and Solanum nigrum [Solanaceae] (umsobo) [2, 4].
Also known as ramdana in hindi, 'amaranthus
' in Greek means non-wilting.
The UAE is home to several species such as alhagi, alkali sandspurry, althea, and amaranthus
among many others..