Sorry, as I don't mean to be hijacking this thread, but since you asked...
Jolana said:What is it, if you don't mind saying, if not, I understand, lol
Jolana, I don't mind saying; it's called Pandanus or Pandan leaf. It is commonly grown in a Thai 'kitchen garden' and used when preparing food. There is no substitute for this when cooking - and y'all know that green is my favorite color.
But sadly my plant died as it did not enjoy my indoor climate in the winter; I hate to buy from some stranger on eBay.
When I saw the nursery man was a Thai, I immediately thought of this plant. He might know it as Bai Toey Hom, or Baitoey.
Here is a link showing several Thai food plants including the Pandan leaf/Bai Toey.
Pandan wangi (Pandanus amaryllifolius)
If you want to see the creative ways that 'chefs' use this plant leaf, use the key words 'folded pandan leaf' in a Google Image search.
Okay, back to the original purpose of the thread; sorry for the interruption.