The red stem ones are supposed to be even more medicinally rich - or that is
what is believed in Bengal. I found it more difficult to grow at least in
Delhi environs.
regards,
sushmita

On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 8:45 PM, satish phadke <phadke.sat...@gmail.com>wrote:

> Sureshji has recently posted this plant.
> The climber which is commonly observed in Pune and around is a variety with
> red stem prob. var. rubra.
> It is called Mayalu in Marathi and used as leafy vegetable.
> This was photographed in Pune in Feb 2009 on a hedge of a bungalow.
> Reddish stem and flowers (Less than a cm) can be seen and black fruits are
> also visible.
> Satish
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