Bloomsdale Longstanding Spinach

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Bloomsdale Longstanding Spinach

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This heirloom spinach dates to the late 19th century. We love it in our New Mexico garden because its tolerance of heat. It has dark green, savoyed leaves that are tender and tasty!

 

Planting Instructions: Spinach is very hardy and germinates best in cooler soils. Sow seed as soon as soil can be worked in the spring, then again in late summer or early fall. Can be grown as individual plants or in bands for baby spinach. Sow 3-4 seeds every 8 inches in rows 8-12 inches apart at a depth of half to three quarters of an inch. Thin to one plant per interval. For baby spinach sow approximately 40 seeds per foot. Sow every week for a continuous supply.

 

Sow: March-April or August- September

Germinate: 5-10 days

Water: Moist

Harvest: 40-50 days

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