Growing Malabar spinach

Quite a surprise it was when I found this bowl on the window ledge behind the kitchen tap. Our cook had salvaged a few stalks of Malabar spinach and was growing them. They’ve put out enough roots to be potted now. The right time too, what with the old creepers now seeding. I could plant a few of them. It takes about two months for the seeds to grow. In the mean time these will grow to produce new leaves. I can use them along with the remaining berries. It looks like a wonderful time ahead.