These include: paddy, millets, hyacinth bean
, pulses, oilseeds and medicinal plants.
"We are so excited to invite hummingbirds to our yard with hyacinth bean
vines, which grow from seeds every year," said Linda, who saves the seeds from the bean pods to plant for the next year's crop.
You can even grow morning glories or hyacinth bean
on an arbor.
Familiar produce included romaine lettuce, native squash, green papaya, mushrooms and sweet potato, as well as some that chefs didn't know were growing in backyards like red morado bananas, gooseberries, purple hyacinth bean
and lake weed.
also called as Dolichos bean or hyacinth bean
belongs to the family Fabaceae and its native of India and mainly cultivated as an inter crop with cereals.
It has many common names such as Egyptian Bean and Chinese Flowering Bean, but is mostly known as the Hyacinth Bean
Plant, making it seem like a vegetable, which it is used as in some places.
Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the influence of different concentration of NaCl on the functional properties of the flours of white bean, pigeon pea, cowpea and hyacinth bean
Yuhn.yuhk longan aril (fruit) Gei.ji wolfberry (fruit) Naahm.haahng Chinese apricot kernels (nut-like) Bak.haahng Chinese Northern kernels(nut-like) Moh.fa.gwo figs (fruit) Maht.jou dates Bin.dau hyacinth bean
Chek.siu.dau rice bean Waaih.saan dioscorea (Chinese yam) Geung ginger Gwo.peih mandarin peel Nihn.ji lotus seeds The torte marks here follow the Yale system denoting Cantonese, a dialect spoken mostly in the southern province of Guangdong and Hong Kong, PR China.
And if you want flowers, morning glories, sweet peas, Love-in-a-puff, cup and saucer, cypress vine, hyacinth bean
and Black-eyed Susan are only a few of the easy-care plants you should be considering.
Attractive annual vines include my favorite 'Heavenly Blue' Morning Glories (Ipomoea violacea), Hyacinth Bean
(Lablab purpureus) with its clusters of purplish-pink flowers and flat, deep purple seedpods, Passionflower (Passiflora incarnate) and Cathedral Bells (Cobaea scandens).