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Good day. I just joined this forum after trying to find the benefits of the plants I attached. I live in Jamaica, West Indies. Here we call these Bush Cabbage which is very rich in iron. It is however grown by the older farmers in the country area.
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Is it on a stalk?
Here's a permies thread on bush cabbage, could be the same thing...

http://www.permies.com/t/11755/plants/Bush-Cabbage
 
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Yes it comes on a stalk but the stalk is not always long. It depends on which variety it is.
 
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