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The taste of Ghost plant is sour and the texture is crispy like an apple. Ghost plant is ready to eat when leaves are about 2.3 inches long (6 cm) and a stock's full diameter is 3.9 inches long (10 cm).ts reproduction is strong, thus you may see its new buds and roots emerging while it is still in the market or grocery store.
Ghost plant is available year-round.
Ghost plant is in the Crassulaceae family. It's plant scientific name is Graptopetalum paraguayense.
Ghost plant is rich in minerals and vitamins and it is especially rich in calcium and magnesium. It helps to lower blood glucose level; it helps liver function and the immune system.
Make sure to put Ghost plant in a sealed container refrigerate in order to avoid new buds coming out in storage. Use within 10 days to 2 weeks. Ghost Plant can be eaten raw.
Ghost plant has a small but growing popularity among vegetables in Japan. The plant, registered as Gurapara lead in Japan, grows abundantly in warm climates; it can be found in Chiba prefecture, Akita prefecture and Aichi prefecture. It is illegal to grow and sell it in Japan without using a registered seedling.
It is a succulent plant from Mexico that was improved upon as an edible crop. Graptopetalum paraguayense is also known as a gardening plant called oborozuki. Ghost plant is new to Japan and it is called Gurapara leaf in Japanese.
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Little Italy Mercato
Near San Diego, California, United States
About 599 days ago, 2/27/16
Spotter's comments : Ghost plant spotted at Little Italy Mercato.