I'm harvesting a lot of green leaves these days, and gifting cuttings to friends. In Mexico finding fresh greens any time of the year is tough; as it gets hotter, even tougher.
But this green is hardy to the heat. It's called Indian or Malabar spinach. It tastes just like real spinach, is a bit more succulent, but is not a spinach at all. However, most Maya simply call it espinacha.
It's one of those things that the more you cut, the more you get. A couple cuttings were gifted to me by a former worker. Now, I have about three households sustaining their greenery needs on further cuttings.
I my little world, it is planted in the same area as the zucchini and pickles. That's a lot of vines to untangle every morning. The stuff literally grows by meters over night!