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Spinach


Bloomsdale Longstanding Spinach

CODE: 2200

$3.00
In stock
Heirloom / "Spinacia oleracea"
Spinacia oleracea

Renegade Spinach

CODE: 2201

$2.75
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"Spinacia oleracea"
Spinacia oleracea

Tyee Spinach

CODE: 2202

$2.95
In stock
Tyee Spinach - Good flavor in both salads and steamed. One of the fastest growers. Tyee spinach like all other spinach contributes to the health... More

Spinach has been an all time favorite among kitchen gardeners. This green leafy plant can be eaten raw as well as cooked. It can be cultivated easily and the green foliage not only meets the requirement of kitchen, but also makes our garden look aesthetic. The lush green leaves improve the ornamental value of garden. This annual plant grows to a height of 30 cm. 

History

Spinach, Spinacea oleracea is believed to be of Asian origin. It has been accepted among growers in several regions, as one of the successfully grown vegetable. Regular watering and low temperature throughout are good for its growth. 

Purpose/Use 

Looking for vitamins, iron, protein and calcium, simply go for spinach. The green cuisine for your table can be served in the form of soup and vegetables. Spinach can be consumed along with potato and soybean, making it an excellent delicacy.

Benefits & Features

Spinach has been among a few health boosting vegetables. This is a hardy crop which can tolerate cold up to a greater extent. It is fast growing in nature and can be easily grown in home gardens. It can directly be sown, and also be replanted to another area of garden. It generally gives 3-4 cuttings of leaves at weekly intervals in a crop season.