Hey all, this plant is a bit of a hard one to describe…
Most Pacific Islanders, Latin Americans and Asians will probably know what this is – it has a number of names that includes "Yuca", "Cassava", "Manioc" and "Tapioca" (actually I think that tapioca is the name of the dried roots turned into flour).
I can give some branch stems for propagation to those who are interested.
I have flagged this plant as a vegetable because the roots are edible and are delicious!!
The latin name is "Manihot Esculenta" and the link to the plant's wikipedia page is here:
Just PM me for more details.