Bagbagkong is an Ilokano term, for the plant that looks like a weed, sprouting at the onset of the rainy season. It is native to Nueva Vizcaya. It could be mistaken for grass, if not for the tiny bell-like flowers with a pale green to almost white hue. Some have pinkish to lavender streaks along the edges of the blooms, which sprout in clumps.
Filipinos use bagbagkong in cooking with:
Or as garnishing with favorite vegetables.
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I saw this beside rambutan plant. Mother-in-law confirmed its bagbagkong. I never thought this plant grows here in Cavite.