Spinach

Growing Tips - One of the most nutritious of the leaf vegetables, spinach is rich in vitamin A and iron. Delicious cooked or fresh in salads, this hardy, quick-growing crop thrives in cool weather. Plant spinach as early in the spring as possible. (Bolt-resistant varieties ...
Growing Tips - One of the most nutritious of the leaf vegetables, spinach is rich in vitamin A and iron. Delicious cooked or fresh in salads, this hardy, quick-growing crop thrives in cool weather. Its ability to produce a crop in cool weather, and even resist light frosts, has made it a favorite of northern vegetable gardeners. Plant spinach as early in the spring as possible. (Bolt-resistant varieties are best for spring sowing.) If planting in fall, raise blight resistant varieties. They will winter-over for early spring harvest if protected from winter winds by mulch or snow. Because of the ease with which it grows, its compact size, and the rapidity with which it matures, spinach deserves a place in every garden.

Avg. Seed Count: 2800/Oz., 45,000/Lb.

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