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Spinach


  • America Spinach

    America Spinach
    $2.00

    (Spinacia oleracea) 200 seeds per pack. An early and popular spinach with large, thick, flavorful leaves. Plants grow to 6-8" and are both heat and drought resistant. This variety is also slow to bolt, making it one of the...

     
  • Basella rubra - Malabar Spinach, Red

    Basella rubra - Malabar Spinach, Red
    $2.00

    (Basella rubra) 50 seeds per pack. Annual in cold climates, perennial in warm climates. An easy to grow, fast-growing tropical vine whose leaves and young stems are eaten (and have a taste) like spinach. Pretty plant, having...

     
  • Black Magic Spinach
    $2.00

    (Spinacia oleracea) 300 seeds per pack. An Italian spinach variety, with large and heavily savoyed leaves. Dark green, rich flavor. Perfect for typical fresh and cooked uses. Moderately slow bolting. #4259 Open pollinated...

     
  • Bloomsdale Spinach

    Bloomsdale Spinach
    $2.00

    (Spinacia oleracea) 500 seeds per pack. A popular spinach that is particularly adapted for summer plantings and is slow to bolt. Vigorous plants have tender leaves with a great spinach flavor. Fast-growing and great for the...

     
  • Chenopodium capitatum - Strawberry Spinach

    Chenopodium capitatum - Strawberry Spinach
    $2.00

    (Chenopodium capitatum) 100 seeds per pack. A delightful garden annual with both edible fruits and edible leaves. The leaves are eaten raw and used like spinach, being high in vitamins A and C. The small red fruits have a...

     
  • Chenopodium giganetum - Tree Spinach
    $2.00

    300 seeds per pack. A hardy annual growing to six feet having delicious edible leaves. The leaves are eaten cooked or raw as spinach. The seeds can also be processed into a wheat-like substance and used in baking. Grows in...

     
  • Huazontle

    Huazontle
    $2.00

    (Chenopodium berlandieri) 150 seeds per pack. A variety of Aztec Spinach (unrelated to common spinach) popularly cultivated in Mexico. The seeds have somewhat thinner coats than other types. Leaves can be eaten raw or cooked...

     
  • Monstrueux de Viroflay Spinach

    Monstrueux de Viroflay Spinach
    $2.00

    (Spinacia oleracea) 250 seeds per pack. A French heirloom, known for its big leaves that can reach 10". Fast-growing, great in salads. Known as early as the 1850's. #2231 Open pollinated. 50 days.

     
  • Space Spinach
    $2.00

    (Spinacia oleracea) 250 seeds per pack. A slow to bolt spinach, with tender leaves and a long harvest period. Also resistant to several races of downy mildew. Leaves are dark green and excellent for all typical spinach uses...

     


 

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