What are the pros? Beautiful, prolific and tasty
What are the cons? None
I started growing these last year and had a customer drive 45 minutes one way to buy it from me every single week. I didn't have enough of it to meet the demand. Much to my delight, it reseeded itself from the hundreds of little seeds I didn't collect that fell to the ground. I had to thin, thin, thin that end of my garden bed. And this year I had so much spinach! Customers either love it or hate it but I had many who loved it and came to the market just to get my spinach and/or my grandson's carrots. We found it to be a very nutritious and tasty substitute for real spinach during the hot Texas summers. Just be careful where you plant it because it can get away from you and become a "weed."
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