As long as it doesn't grow any faster than my greens do - I'm dreading a call that says "people love 'em, provide 20 bunches by tomorrow!" 'cos ... well, I can't. Well ... maybe I could. But then what??
It's one reason why I've been putting things off, because I needed to guarantee that if things DID take off, I could provide a steady supply, not a once-off. Things were going well but then the main garden of greens sort of collapsed (they got TOO long, I think, and crowded eachother out), and now that one's gone into seed-production, which means scrawny leaves.
I've got four other patches which are very healthy (apart from the chooks getting a taste for them and ravaging the leaves at every opportunity, grr) and they're doing the main supply.
I'll rip out the "collapsed" patch soon and collect what leaves I can - as soon as it's bare, it'll start re-seeding, and then I'm definitely on the way, because they self-sow like buggery.
But yeah ... I'm kinda nervous about what the next couple of weeks could bring. One advantage of the recent cool damp weather; the leafy plants are pretty good :)