Any one heard of this taiwanese vegetable? translated in to something like "tomorrow leaves"
What type of information are you looking for regarding this herb?
Violet: Great! I know you are the expert in Asian Veggies! I found it on the web known-you.com (Taiwanese seed company) but they only have the plants for sale...
I just wondering what is the name it goes by in common name so I can see if Richters have it... it is cooked as a herb and vegetable.. it looks very much like giant italian parsley
also if you know a seed source will be great
Ladyjenny, full bot name is Angelica keiskei (Miq.) Koidzumi (Apiaceae/Umbelliferae).
Ashitaba (AÂVÂ^Âo translates to 'tomorrow leaf') is the vernacular Japanese name.
A Google search on ashitaba gives you a lot of info.
Link to seeds below. Use Babel Fish for translation.
Did anybody try to grow this?
Hi does anyone have seeds or plants. I am looking to grow this plant using hydroponic's.
You can search member lists at the exchange forums.
You can get ashitaba seeds at Horizonherbs.com. Start them in the fall to overwinter, then plant out in the spring.
I'm Linda Ng, from the Philippines , I'm curious about this Angelica Keiski or Ashitaba plants, I want to grow this plant in my country , we don't have this kind of medicinal plant here in the Philippines , Can I buy a Angelica keiski or Ashitaba seedlings, so I can grow this kind of herbal plants ,
Thank you so much and God bless us all.
Linda B. Ng
Does anyone have seeds I can buy?
I just read that this is one of the few or only plants (maybe nori seaweed, too) that produces B12 ! I wonder if it is a form used by the human body. Nori's B12 is NOT.
Never mind, after searching online for over an hour for scientific studies stating B12 content, i saw NONE.