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  1. VIROFLAY SPINACH (47 days heirloom)

    VIROFLAY SPINACH (47 days heirloom)

    French HEIRLOOM 1866. Described in the 1866 Vilmorin catalog as the Monstruex de Viroflay, it is a very large spinach. The trowel shaped leaves measure 8" x 10" and are only slightly savoyed. Color is dark green and the low acid foliage stays tender at any stage of development. This spinach is one of the most vigorous we have seen. 75 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  2. Sbanach Spinach

    SBANACH SPINACH (45 days)

    A popular wild spinach from Galilee. The triangular leaves are tasty and tender while the stems are curly. 100 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  3. Space Spinach

    SPACE SPINACH (F1 hybrid 41 days)

    Leaves are spoon-shaped and not at all savoyed for ease of cleaning. Color is a pleasant dark green and the flavor is excellent. With a high percentage of female plants, it is very resistant to bolting. In both our trials and those of the Dutch grower who developed it, Space was the highest yielder, primarily due to the long season over which harvest was possible. 75 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  4. Gigante di Inverno Spinach

    GIGANTE DI INVERNO SPINACH

    "Giant of Winter". Broad and pointed wavy leaves grow in a compact upright habit. It grows well when sown in the chilly temperatures of very early spring and also a perfect choice for late summer and fall plantings, due to its extreme cold tolerance. 25 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  5. PINETREE SPINACH MIX  1/2 OZ

    PINETREE SPINACH MIX 1/2 OZ

    A large packet that gives you all the textures, flavors, and maturities of most of the spinach varieties that we sell plus a few more. This mix includes: Bloomsdale Long Standing, Giant Noble, and Space. 1/2 ounce packet, approx 1200 seeds. Learn More
    $3.95

  6. New Zeland Spinach

    NEW ZEALAND SPINACH (55 days)

    This perennial spinach substitute has been grown since before the Revolution. A staple of the dooryard gardens at Sturbridge Village. Seeds are large and slow to germinate, so be patient. Properly known as tetragone, the flavor is quite similar to real spinach. 15 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  7. DASH SPINACH (F1 hybrid 39 days)

    DASH SPINACH (F1 hybrid 39 days)

    This extra early hybrid also is very tolerant of cool weather so it is an ideal choice for both very early, and very late plantings. The upright, spade shaped, medium green leaves are both smooth and delicious. 75 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  8. Tyee Spinach

    TYEE SPINACH (F1 hybrid 42 days)

    Leaves are thick, dark green, and semi-savoyed (moderately crumply). Flavor is very good, both in salads and cooked. Tyee possesses the excellent combination of being both a fast grower and slow to bolt. Here, a planting of April 19 did not begin to bolt until June 23. Also gets good results in a fall planting. 75 seeds Learn More
    $1.50

  9. Giant Noble Spinach

    GIANT NOBLE SPINACH (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1926 Also known as Long Standing Gaudry. According to the 1936 James Vicks Seeds catalog, "Grows about 10 inches high. Large deep green leaves, thick and tender, with rounded tips. A good sort for the home garden". 75 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  10. Sharaku Japanese Spinach

    JAPANESE SPINACH SHARAKU

    This fast growing Japanese type spinach produces a glorious array of dark green leaves that can be used from their "baby" stage right up until they are fully grown. A versatile green. 125 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

  11. BLOOMSDALE LONG STANDING SPINACH (heirloom)

    BLOOMSDALE LONG STANDING SPINACH (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM 1925 Dark green frilly leaves and excellent flavor characterize this early spring variety. 75 seeds Learn More
    $1.25

  12. Strawberry Spinach

    STRAWBERRY SPINACH (heirloom)

    HEIRLOOM This ancient plant was rediscovered growing at old monasteries and is popular in Europe. Triangular shaped, bite sized, saw toothed leaves, have a spinach flavor and are great in salads. Let it go to seed and it produces slightly sweet, minute strawberry-like fruit at every leaf axle that adds a bright, unique decoration to salads. This plant is a real heat lover making it a supreme choice for greens in the middle of the summer season. An early planting from March is still producing leaves here in August and we still haven't let it go to seed. 100 seeds. Learn More
    $1.50

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