Start indoors and plant outside early for a tasty in late summer. Vigorous bushy plant grows to 1.5 m (5 ft) and produces big purple flower heads, maturing to 10 cm (4 in) head buds. Fertilize heavily with blood meal as plants are heavy feeders. Great sauteed and as a delectable dipper.
This beautiful, old heirloom variety is good for fresh use or for dried beans. When the flat, string-less 15-18 cm (6-7in) beans turn from a lime green to yellow with bright purple stripes, they?re ready to use for cooking or freezing. They can also be grown to the dry stage for winter use in soups and stews.
The bell pepper is a cultivar group of the species Capsicum annuum. Cultivars of the plant produce fruits in different colors, including red, yellow, orange, green, chocolate/brown, vanilla/white, and purple. Bell peppers are sometimes grouped with less pungent pepper varieties as “sweet peppers”. The whitish ribs and seeds inside bell peppers may be consumed, but some people find the taste to be bitter.
Coffee is proving a driving force in Vietnam’s prosperity, with the quality coffee bean offerings from Buon Ma Thuot a central player. Coffee is grown widely in many districts of Dak Lak province. However, coffee from Buon Ma Thuot is renowned for its high quality and distinct taste. Buon Ma Thuot coffee now benefits from geographical identification, and the region is generally considered the coffee metropolis of Vietnam.
Sea grapes contain many essential micronutrients (such as iodine, iron, zinc, copper, manganese, cobalt, active substances), unsaturated fatty acids over 5 types including DHA, AA, EPA an important factors for the children brain formulation and development, eyes, nervous system, and others. People can use Sea grapes as a kind of natural cosmetics to maintain youth and beauty. It is also used as an effective raw material for massage.
Fresh Lime are a small citrus fruit, whose skin and flesh are green in color and which have an oval or round shape with a diameter between one to two inches. This fruit are also used to accent flavors in foods and are a common ingredient in Vietnamese cuisine. They are grown year-round in tropical climates and are usually smaller and less sour than lemons.
Taro is a root grown in semi-tropical and tropical climates all over the world. Taro root is used in a similar fashion to a potato, but in fact has better nutritional qualities than a potato and is a strong link to Hawaiian culture. There are hundreds of varieties of taro grown throughout the world in both wetland and dryland conditions. Used as a starchy component of many diets, it’s non-allergenic, easy to digest.