Cut tips with a thick stem base and full leaves leaving the stem to reproduce.
Keep refrigerated. Can trim stems and bundle to stand upright in a small amount of clean water.
Kangkong is the Pacific term for water spinach or swamp cabbage. It is an aquatic, floating, or trailing plant that can sometimes grow on dry land. Kangkong grows best in swampy areas or near (Bailey, 1992; Goebel, Taylor, & Lyons).