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Days to Maturity: 30 to 37 from direct sow
Have you been looking for the perfect plant to add some serious nutrition to your salad? Look no further. These tender green leaves are packed with nutrients.
Spinach is a cool-season crop. It’s best grown in the fall and spring months when temperatures are still cool. This spinach?is heat?tolerant and has a low likelihood of bolting, which makes it ideal for growing in places where summer?temperatures can be unpredictable. Plant spinach in the same bed as your winter?garden to prevent soil erosion and to keep the soil healthy for next summer’s vegetables.
The upright leaves are resistant to downy mildew and easy to cut in bunches. Toss spinach leaves into your next salad or stir fry and pile some on your sandwich to add some color as well as plenty of vitamins and minerals.
Plants can also be started indoors and planted outdoors after the risk of frost has passed. If you plan to start your seeds indoors, be sure to check out our Starter Kit.
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