This fast growing vine is hardy and easy to grow.
The fruit can be eaten raw and the older fruit can be stir fried or steamed. The seeds, roots, leaves and stems are also edible.
The plant enjoys a full sun to part shade position in well drained soil and will require a trellis to grow on.
They’re self-pollinating, so you’ll only need the one plant.
Prune the vine in winter, leaving a few young shoots.