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Madeira Vine (boussingaultia cordifolia)

A plant, native to South America, producing potato-like tubers and seriously climbing stems (which can reach over 5 metres). It has successfully been cultivated in France, Spain, the Azores and Madeira - hence the name. The leaves can be eaten like spinach.

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