This is a prolific producer and an excellent leafy green for padding out stir fries and casseroles. Malabar spinach isn’t really a spinach — it's a vine and requires no training to climb! The leaves are more fleshy and firm than spinach leaves.
I’ve had Malabar spinach here for easily a decade and it is well acclimatised now — it does die over winter but self-seeds readily, and it won’t seem long before new seedlings appear! They grow fast and will do you well during hot summers where it thrives, while other leafy greens either become bitter or bolt and go to seed.