Hablitzia tamnoides vines, a profusion of leafy greens which can used raw in salads, or cooked like spinach. Early shoots can be used like an asparagus spear and vine tips and unopened flower heads can be eaten too. Hardy herbaceous perennial climber that prefers semi shade. It can take a few years to establish but can go on to produce for many decades.
Growing for about 4 years now. It does flower profusely each spring but continues to thrive after flowering with a bit of pruning. New lush growth appears over autumn and winter.