View this post on Hive: Mum and Dad's Little Garden
My parents' garden has changed a little bit and they have planted more stuffs in their front yard while my uncle has added some plants to the backyard. Almost all plantable space has been utilised. There are a lot of plants I don't know of and it's nice to discover them.
One of the new plants I discovered is the Abelmoschus manihot, aka Hibiscus manihot, Pacific cabbage or Chou Kanak. It is in the same family as the hibiscus and okra and is edible and apparently has some medicinal properties such as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, first and second degrees burn or digestive issues. It can also be cooked in various ways, it has 29% of protein and rich in amino acids, vitamins and minerals.
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