(Spinacia oleracea) Spinach is a cool weather crop, so sow spinach seed in late winter or very early spring for a spring crop, or early fall for a fall to winter crop. Growing spinach needs rich soil, enriched with compost.

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Amsterdam Prickly Seeded Spinach

Amsterdam Prickly Seeded Spinach SP108

Traditional crop in Europe for generations. This type was grown by Thos.... Read More
Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach

Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach SP101

50 days. The old standard since 1925, does better in hot weather than... Read More
Chinese Multicolor Spinach

Chinese Multicolor Spinach AM105

A heat and drought tolerant green in spectacular splashes of color! Leaf... Read More
Galilee Spinach

Galilee Spinach SP109

35 days. Galilee is one of the more heat tolerant spinach varieties available;... Read More
Giant Noble Spinach

Giant Noble Spinach SP103

This is the giant of the spinach clan. Plants spread to 25”! Tender leaves... Read More
Gigante d' Inverno Spinach

Gigante d' Inverno Spinach SP106

This European heirloom produces large, broad, deep green leaves well into... Read More
Merlo Nero Spinach

Merlo Nero Spinach SP105

A fine-flavored Italian spinach that has dark green, savoyed leaves. This... Read More
Monstrueux De Viroflay Spinach

Monstrueux De Viroflay Spinach SP104

50 days. Big leaves to 10” long, smooth and deep green in color. Very... Read More
New Zealand Spinach

New Zealand Spinach SP102

(Tetragonia tetragonioides) 60 days. Not the same species as common... Read More
Red Malabar Spinach

Red Malabar Spinach SP107

70 days. This beautiful plant is not a true spinach but a different species... Read More
Strawberry Spinach

Strawberry Spinach GR107

(Chenopodium capitatum) An old-fashioned plant that dates back to 1600... Read More
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