okra flower facing the other side.
and a light blue winged bean flower quite visible somewhere at the bottom.
okra flower, another view,the stem is entwined by winged bean.
a branch of roselle, far away from winged bean.
on the far left is a portion of coleus leaf.
the main stem of roselle
caressed by winged bean.
roselle getting hooked by winged bean
The whole thing is an accident. They are grown for convenience, with space constraint in mind. I did an earlier post highlighting the Legend of Three Sister.
Now the companionship is getting more pronounced. Surprisingly, the two roselle plants and a single okra are growing so well. The root nodules of winged bean must be feeding them with much needed nitrogen.
I hope the timing is perfect for meaningful coexistence, before winged bean runs wild and over run its companions. Of course we can intervene, and start pruning and reduce the little branches of winged beans that may hurt and suffocate the companions.
my little vegetable garden - bangchik