Some gardeners from Korea grow this leafy green that can be harvested in spring. It can be eaten raw since it is sweet for a green and has a hint of grassiness. Its smell is like spinach. I want to buy seeds and know its scientific name. I may never visit that garden again so I am putting up the photo while I have a sample. From base of stem to leaf tip it measures 18 inches/45 centimeters. All parts above soil are soft. It seems to grow in moist soil with a lot of light. Stem growth is a spiral. Stems do not appear to have branches. Stems start about 1/8 of an inch wide from the base. Stems are rounded on the side facing out and scooped on the side that faces the center of the plant. The stem is mostly fuchsia, then grows green but some fuchsia remains in the inside part of the stem. There are two pairs of opposite, odd compound. Palmate venation.