Winter Tradescantia shoots

I’d potted up some Tradescantia ohiensis shoots in the autumn as I’d planned to offer a few roots to members of the Norwegian Seed Savers’ (KVANN) perennial vegetable guild though our autumn catalogue. Well, I lost them….and relocated them this evening as the shoots had grown quite long in the dark cellar, so I cut them to eat this evening:

They have a pleasant mild taste. 
One of the 80 in my book Around the World in 80 plants:

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  1. I grow these in my garden. I’ve never tried them cos whenever my ducks get out of their pen, it’s the 1st plant that gets devoured lol

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