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Giant Winter
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
45
  Open-pollinated. Medium-green, semi-savoyed leaves. Cold hardy. Recommended for fall crop and winter greenhouse. Also known as 'Giant of Winter' and 'Gigante d'Inverno'.
Bordeaux
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
21 - 32
  Hybrid. Plants produce dark green, red-veined leaves. Plants bolt earlier than solid green varieties. Harvest 21 days baby, 32 days mature.
Renegade
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
42
  Hybrid spinach. Tall, fast-growing plants produce smooth, round, dark-green leaves. Resistant to downy mildew (races 1-7)and cucumber mosaic virus.
Vegetable Mallow
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
50
  Not a spinach but a tender mallow used like spinach as a cooked green leaf vegetable. Early and easy plant looks like an upright weed. Direct seed early spring to mid-summer.
Harmony
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
42
  Heavily ruffled, succulent leaves. Early season. Slow to bolt.
Hector
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
37
  Hybrid. Dark-green, smooth leaves on upright plants. Non-acidic taste. Slow to bolt. Resistant to downy mildew 1 to 3.
Samish
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
45
  Hybrid. Dark-green, medium-savoyed, thick leaves. Good winter-hardiness for early spring harvest. Resistant to downy mildew 1 to 4 and tolerant of white rust.
Rembrandt
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Medium-dark, smooth leaves with mild flavor. Mildew resistant.
Viroflay
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
50
  Large, early-maturing plants produce 10-inch leaves.
Springer
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
37 - 40
  Dutch. Upright, fast-growing plants with shiny, thick, spade-shaped, deep-green, semi-savoyed leaves. Bolt- and disease-resistant.
Hellcat
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Hybrid Santana type. Early plants produce round, very thick, deep-green leaves with short, large-diameter, deep-green stems. Downy mildew resistant.
Red Kitten
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(5.0 Stars) Overall Average 5
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
23 - 34
  Hybrid. Sow for early spring or fall. Fairly upright plants produce uniform, glossy green,rounded leaves veined in red. About 23 to 34 days to maturity from direct seed.
Tyee
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.5 Stars) Overall Average 4.5
6 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
39 - 45
  Hybrid. Dark-green, semi-savoyed, longstanding type. Upright plants resist bolting under high temperatures. For spring and summer crops or fall sowing for over wintering. High tolerance of downy mildew 1 and 3.
Skookum
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.5 Stars) Overall Average 4.5
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
35
  Erect, bolt-resistant plants produce dark-green, semi-savoyed leaves. Downy mildew resistant.
Not specified
Spinach - New Zealand
Overall Rating:
(4.4 Stars) Overall Average 4.4
5 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
52 - 70
  Perennial. Sprawling plant with small fleshy green leaves. Heat resistant and withstands frost to low 20s. Seeds slow to germinate. Also known as Tetragonia.
Giant Noble
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
12 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
43
  Introduced in 1920's. Plant it in late spring to produce heavy yields of giant, thick, dark green leaves from a plant that spreads up to 25 inches. Slow to bolt. About 43 days to harvest.
Olympia
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
3 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
38 - 46
  Hybrid. Large green 5 by 6 inch smooth leaves. Not recommended for spring planting. Excellent for over-wintering. Slow to bolt. Tolerant of downy mildew 1 to 3. Almost entirely lacking in oxalic acid.
Space
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
3 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
39
  Hybrid. Deep-green, smooth to slightly savoyed leaves on upright plants. Slow to bolt. Resistant to downy mildew 1 to 3.
Baby's Leaf
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
30 - 41
  Hybrid. Small, flat, semi-smooth leaves with almost no stem. Fast growing. Good for containers.
Not Specified
Spinach - Malabar
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
110
  Vining, warm-season plants with large, meaty leaves. Start indoors in north. Also known as 'Lo Kui' and 'Indian Spinach'.
Unipak 151
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
48
  Dark-green, semi-savoyed leaves on erect plants. Good heat tolerance. Tolerant of downy mildew 1 to 4.
Teton
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
48
  Plants produce dark green, oblong to round leaves. Bolt resistant.
Nordic IV
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
39 - 45
  Holland hybrid. Fast-growing plants with 8-inch, thick, smooth leaves. Bolt-resistant.
Good King Henry
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Also known as Mercury and Lincolnshire spinach. Actually a different species Chenopodium bonus-henricus, a hardy, self-seeding, long-stalked perennial with arrow-shaped leaves. Leaves, flowers and roots are all edible.
Spargo
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(4.0 Stars) Overall Average 4
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
37
  Slow bolting variety for spring, summer or fall. Large, upright, plants produce dark green, semi-savoyed leaves.
Bloomsdale Long Standing
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(3.8 Stars) Overall Average 3.75
16 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
40 - 48
  Open pollinated. Glossy, dark-green, heavy, very crinkled leaves. Very good emergence in cold soil. Slow to bolt.
Correnta
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(3.5 Stars) Overall Average 3.5
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
45
  Hybrid. Very dark-green, thick, smooth, rounded leaves. Tolerates cool and hot growing conditions without bolting.
Red Malabar
Spinach - Malabar
Overall Rating:
(3.4 Stars) Overall Average 3.4
5 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
60 - 85
  Vining, warm-season plant. Darker (than 'Green Malabar') green leaves and deep purple-red stems. Also known as 'Malabar Red Stem' and 'Red Vine'.
Melody
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(3.4 Stars) Overall Average 3.4
5 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
42 - 50
  Hybrid. Deep-green, semi-savoyed, thick leaves on upright plants. For spring or fall harvest. Resistant to cucumber mosaic and downy mildew. All American Selection.
Giant Nobel
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(3.0 Stars) Overall Average 3
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
40 - 50
  Heirloom. Slow-bolting plants produce large, smooth, dark-green leaves. About 40-50 days to maturity.
Green Malabar
Spinach - Malabar
Overall Rating:
(3.0 Stars) Overall Average 3
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
60 - 85
  Vining, warm-season plants with glossy, thick, savoyed leaves. Summer into fall harvest. Also known as 'Malabar Green Stem' and 'Green Vine'.
Merlo Nero
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(3.0 Stars) Overall Average 3
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
40 - 45
  Italian heirloom. Plants produce dark-green, savoyed leaves.
Monstrueux De Viroflay
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(3.0 Stars) Overall Average 3
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
NA
  French heirloom. Fast-growing plants produce 10-inch, smooth, deep-green leaves. Popular for fall planting.
Amsterdam Prickly Seeded
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(3.0 Stars) Overall Average 3
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
50 - 70
  Open pollinated. A sturdy plants that can approach 2 feet produces large, tender, dark green, triangular leaves with red-tinged stalks. It is named for its thorny clusters of seed. This plant tends to bolt in hot weather; sow seeds in mid-winter for an early spring harvest or late summer or early fall for fall harvests and for overwintering.
Strawberry Spinach
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(2.5 Stars) Overall Average 2.5
4 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Cenopodium capitatum var. foliosum, not related to -- but used like -- spinach. Green, leafy 1- to 3-foot plants similar to the closely related lambsquarters. Also bears sweet, edible, red berries in its leaf axils. Warm-season crop. Start inside a few weeks before last frost date and plant out after danger of frost has passed. Readily reseeds. Also known as beetberry.
Egyptian Spinach
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(2.0 Stars) Overall Average 2
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
NA
  Warm-season green (Corchorus olitorius) from Africa, also known as Melokheya, Jew's mallow, West African sorrel, jute. Use young leaves in salad and older leaves cooked like spinach. Immature fruit used in salad, soups and stews.
Matador
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(2.0 Stars) Overall Average 2
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
47 - 50
  Plants produce dark green, smooth leaves.
Razzle Dazzle
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(1.0 Star) Overall Average 1
2 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
30
  Hybrid. Dark-green, Asian type with flat, arrow-shaped leaves. For spring sowing.
America
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(1.0 Star) Overall Average 1
1 Review
Days to Maturity:
43 - 55
  Compact Bloomsdale type. 8-inch plants produce thick, deep-green, savoyed leaves. Slow-growing, slow-bolting, and heat- and drought-resistant. Spring or fall crops. 1952 All America Selection.
7-Green
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
36
  Hybrid. Medium-green, smooth leaves on upright plants. Moderately slow bolting. Suitable for spring, summer or fall sowing. Full tolerance of downy mildew 1 to 7.
Avon
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
44
  Large, tender, slightly crinkled leaves.
Catalina
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
45 - 48
  Hybrid. Dark-green, very small leaves for baby-leaf picking. 9- to 10-inch upright plants. Good heat tolerance. Resistant to downy mildew 1 to 4.
Cypress
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
60
  Hybrid. Dark green, semi-savoyed leaves on large erect plant. For spring harvest. Tolerant of downy mildew 1 to 3.
Giant 157
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
50
  Extra-large, smooth, heavy leaves. Very productive
Green Magic
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
45 - 48
  Hybrid. Crinkled, crisp, leaves on large, tight, upright plant. Slow to bolt.
Indian Summer
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
39
  Hybrid. Dark-green, crinkled leaves. Very good cold soil emergence. Bolt resistant in warm weather. Resistant to downy mildew 1 and 2.
Polydane
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
50
  Hybrid. Dark-green, plain, rounded-oval leaves. For spring, summer or fall crops. Heat-tolerant upright plants. Tolerant of downy mildew 1 to 4.
Salad Fresh
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
55
  Semi-Asian type that withstands harsh weather. Long season.
Spinner
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
38
  Hybrid. Dark-green, semi-savoyed leaves on upright, slow-bolting plant. Suitable for spring summer or fall crop.
Unipak 12
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
48
  Hybrid. Dark-green leaves on slow-bolting, erect plants Resistant to downy mildew 1, 2, 3, 4.
Whale
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
NA
  Main season spinach with smooth, dark-green leaves that are very resistant to bolting. Good for spring, summer and fall crops. Downy mildew resistant and tipburn tolerant.
Summer Perfection
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
0 Reviews
Days to Maturity:
40
  Longstanding, smooth-leaved, Dutch variety that withstands early summer heat. Spring, early summer and fall crops.
Winter Bloomsdale
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
NA
  Open-pollinated, bolt-resistant spinach with deeply savoyed, thick, dark-green leaves. Blight, mosaic and blue mold resistant Also suitable for spring and summer sowing.
Medania
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
NA
  Plants produce large, round leaves with mild, sweet flavor.
Low Acid
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
NA
  Round-leaved plants produce very little oxalic acid.
Bloomsdale Savoy
Spinach
Overall Rating:
(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
50
  Plants produce thick, dark-green, savoyed leaves. Moderate bolt-resistance.
Oriental Giant
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
40
  12- to 15-inch plants produce smooth, arrow-shaped leaves. Harvest baby greens 2 to 3 weeks after sowing. Downy mildew (races 1-4) resistant.
Erste Ernet
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
30
  Upright plants produce arrow-shaped leaves. Similar to 'Oriental Giant'. Best harvested when leaves are about 5 inches long. Early to mature and early to bolt, but maintains flavor after bolting.
SPD415
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
21 - 30
  Hybrid. Erect plants produce 3- to 4-inch, semi-savoyed leaves. Good for dense plantings and baby leaf spinach. White rust resistant.
Red Chinese Mallow
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
40
  Asian green (Malva verticillata)) with red young leaves fading to green with red veins at maturity. Harvest small leaves for salad, full-size leaves for soup.
Regiment
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
37
  Hybrid suitable for spring, summer and fall plantings. Upright plants produce large leaves. Downy mildew resistant.
Giant Thick Leafed
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
55
  Heirloom with large, smooth, dark green leaves on spreading, slow-bolting plants. Also known as 'Giant Thick Leaved'.
Bloomsdale Dark Green
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
40 - 50
  Upright plants produce large, dark green, fleshy, savoyed leaves. Bolt resistant. Also known as 'Bloomsdale Savoy Extra Dark Green Strain'.
Reddy
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
40
  Plants produce arrow-shaped, deep-green leaves with contrasting red stalks and veins.
Scarlet
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
40
  Hybrid. Plants produce flat leaves with scarlet stems. Resembles 'Rhubarb' Swiss chard but smaller and spinach-flavored.
Molokhia
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
60
  Egyptian spinach or Molokeyhia. Middle Eastern green, high in vitamins and minerals. Harvest young shoots and leaves and prepare raw or cooked. .
Akarenso
Spinach
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(0.0 Stars)
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Days to Maturity:
50
  Mild-flavored Japanese hybrid. Plants produce pointed, slightly serrated leaves with reddish-purple stems and leaf veins.
Okame
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
53
  Japanese hybrid for summer harvest. Plants produce thick, dark green, serrated leaves. Tolerates hot and dry conditions and is slow to bolt.
Orai - Alrite
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
60
  Japanese hybrid. Plants produce broad, smooth, dark green, pointed leaves. Tolerates heat and cold.
Samba
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
50
  Medium-early maturing hybrid. Upright plants produce smooth, deep green leaves. Tolerates downy mildew and is slow to bolt.
Green Wonder
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
30
  Hybrid Japanese green. (Not actually spinach.) Fast-growing, upright plants produce green leaves. Heat- and cold-tolerant.
Ace
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
NA
  Hybrid Japanese spinach. Upright plants produce thick, dark-green leaves with deep indentations. Resistant to downy mildew and heat.
Joker
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
NA
  Hybrid Asian spinach. Plants produce thick, dark-green leaves. Resistant to downy mildew and fusarium wilt.
Combat
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
NA
  Hybrid Asian spinach from Japan. Slow-bolting plants produce green leaves. For early spring and fall crops. Resistant to downy mildew and fusarium wilt.
Summer Delight
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
NA
  Hybrid Asian spinach. Heat-tolerant plants produce thick, dark-green leaves. For spring-summer planting.
Lombardia
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
38
  Hybrid. Plants produce smooth green leaves. Resistant to powdery mildew.
Butterflay
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
45 - 55
  Smooth-leafed heirloom from Northern Europe. Bolt resistant. For spring or fall crops.
Sbanach
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
NA
  Wild spinach from Galilee. Plants produce triangular leaves on curly stems.
Monnopa
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
45 - 60
  Plants produce round, smooth leaves with very little oxalic acid. Also known as 'Low Acid'.
Remington
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
38
  Hybrid semi-savoyed spinach. Large plants produce dark-green, semi-savoyed leaves. Mildew resistant. For spring, summer, or fall production.
Corvair F1
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
40
  Smooth, oval leaves are medium to dark-green and upright. Slow bolting. Disease resistant to downy mildew (races 1-11)
Bloomsdale
Spinach
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Days to Maturity:
39 - 60
  (Spinacia oleracea). Open pollinated late spring or summer plantings variety introduced by D. Landreth Seed Company in 1826. Very cold-hardy vigorous upright plants with dark green, glossy, savoyed leaves. About 39 to 60 days to harvest from seed. There are lots of Bloomsdale spinach strains see others by searching for Bloomsdale.
 
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