About a 4-minute read, tips on growing and eating, lots of pics
Okinawa spinach is not a spinach at all, but a perennial leafy green.
The tops of the leaves are dark green with a striking purple underside. With frequent pruning (harvesting) it forms a handsome, dense, non-vining ground-cover.
You could landscape your front yard or your sidewalk with this plant and no-one need know, unless you tell them, that it’s edible and nutritious. The best part is that the more you eat it, the better it looks.