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Packet: 5 g (approximately 500 seeds) sows 60'.




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Bloomsdale Spinach 5 g

Bloomsdale Spinach 5 g

47 days. [Pre-1908] One of the most popular spinach varieties, favored by chefs. Crinkled glossy dark-green leaves. Withstands heat or cold and is slow to bolt. Pkt.
$2.25

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New Zealand Summer Spinach 6 g

New Zealand Summer Spinach 6 g

(Tetragonia expansa) 62 days. [Introduced from New Zealand in 1772.] A heat- and drought-tolerant spinach substitute with soil requirements similar to spinach. Greens are best cooked. Seed should be soaked 4-24 hours before planting to speed germination. Pkt (6 g, 66 seeds)
$2.50

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Winter Bloomsdale Spinach 5 g

Winter Bloomsdale Spinach 5 g

47 days. Adapted for late summer and early fall plantings and overwintering. The slow-bolting plants are resistant to blue mold, blight, and mosaic. Dark green, well-savoyed leaves. Pkt.
$2.50

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Abundant Bloomsdale Spinach 5 g

Abundant Bloomsdale Spinach 5 g

Sweet, tender, and bolt resistant, this new variety is bred for organic farmers. Savoyed, rounded leaves are held on upright stems. Bred by the Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) in partnership with organic farmers. Named after the Abundant Life Farm where this breeding project started in 2002....
$2.75

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Long Standing Bloomsdale Spinach 5 g

Long Standing Bloomsdale Spinach 5 g

42 days. [Pre-1915] A fully-savoyed or crinkled variety with dark green leaves. Most heat-tolerant variety we offer, very dependable, and the most full-flavored variety for salad use. Has withstood winter lows to 0°F. Pkt.
$2.75

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Red Malabar Summer Spinach 1 g

Red Malabar Summer Spinach 1 g

(Basella alba var. rubra) 70 days. These Asian greens are a great summer substitute for spinach. The fleshy leaves and stems are high in vitamins A and C. Excellent for salads, stir fries, and thickening summer soups. Germination is slow (10+ days at 80°F) so plant extra, or...
$3.25

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Bloomsdale Spinach 28 g

Bloomsdale Spinach 28 g

47 days. [Pre-1908] One of the most popular spinach varieties, favored by chefs. Crinkled glossy dark-green leaves. Withstands heat or cold and is slow to bolt. (28 g)
$5.50

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Winter Bloomsdale Spinach 28 g

Winter Bloomsdale Spinach 28 g

47 days. Adapted for late summer and early fall plantings and overwintering. The slow-bolting plants are resistant to blue mold, blight, and mosaic. Dark green, well-savoyed leaves. (28 g)
$6.25

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Long Standing Bloomsdale Spinach 28 g

Long Standing Bloomsdale Spinach 28 g

Hope to have new seed in August with new crop 42 days. [Pre-1915] A fully-savoyed or crinkled variety with dark green leaves. Most heat-tolerant variety we offer, very dependable, and the most full-flavored variety for salad use. Has withstood winter lows...
$7.25

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