Spinach Heirloom Seeds

Spinach Heirloom Seeds

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Great Growing Tips for Spinach

Sow in the spring or fall when the weather is cool.  Spinach will go to seed in hot weather.  Seed will not germinate well in hot weather.  Even in cool weather it can be slow to germinate.  Be patient.

Heirloom spinach can tolerate some light shade.

Plant spinach seed in rich, highly humus organic soil. 

Replant every two weeks for a continual crop.  Plant seed thickly and thin regularly for baby spinach. 

Never let your spinach dry out. 

You may continually harvest from the lower leaves until the plant is spent.

Here are some of the best heirloom Spinach seed varieties: America Heirloom spinach seeds, Bloomsdale Long Standing Heirloom Spinach seeds, Bloomsdale Savoy Heirloom Spinach seeds, Giant Thick Leafed Heirloom Spinach seeds, Viking Heirloom Spinach seeds, Monnopa Heirloom Spinach seeds, Strawberry Heirloom Spinach seed , New Zealand Heirloom Spinach seeds, Viroflay Heirloom Spinach seeds, Giant Noble Heirloom Spinach seeds, Gigante d'Inverno Heirloom Spinach seeds, Merlo Nero Heirloom Spinach seeds, Monstrueux De Viroflay Heirloom Spinach seeds, and Red Malabar Heirloom Spinach seeds (not a true spinach).

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Giant Nobel Spinach

Spinacia oleracea Giant Nobel Spinach (48 days) Seed Package Contains 4 grams or approx. 350 see...

Spinacia oleracea Giant Nobel Spinach (48 days) Seed Package Contains 4 grams or approx. 350 seeds Introduced in the 1920s this has remained a popular spinach for some time now. Which is saying something. Giant Nobel spinach is extremely large and has a spreading in habit. Mmmm could that be where it's name came from??? OK, for a spinach it is big! That means easy picking and cleaning. You know, getting that pesky sand off those leaves? It is a breeze with such big leaves. Giant Nobel...

$2.49 $275.00

Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach Seeds

Spinacia oleracea Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach Seeds (39 days) Approximately 70-80 spinach s...

Spinacia oleracea Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach Seeds (39 days) Approximately 70-80 spinach seeds per gram Bloomsdale spinach was introduced around 1826 by the Landreth Seed Company. Bloomsdale was the home and farm of David Landreth on the banks of the Deleware. Bloomsdale is by far the most popular and widely available open pollinated spinach. Quick to come up and quick to harvest for baby spinach leaves. Glossy, dark green savoyed leaves are sweet, tender, fleshy and have a rich fl...

$2.49 $350.00

New Zealand Spinach Seeds

New Zealand Spinach Seeds(60 days) Tetragonia We have documented New Zealand Spinach in seed cat...

New Zealand Spinach Seeds(60 days) Tetragonia We have documented New Zealand Spinach in seed catalogs as early as 1877. 1929 Steele Briggs Seed Co. says... "Produces leaves in abundance throughout the summer; may be raised in heat and transplanted 3 feet apart each way in good soil." 1937 Mc Fayden Seed Co. says.... "The Hot Weather Spinach. This plant, when prepared for the table, so greatly resembles Spinach in appearance and flavor that most people will not be aware of the difference. M...

$2.49 $110.15

Carmel Spinach F1 Hybrid

Carmel Spinach F1 Hybrid Spinacia oleracea, F1 Seed package contains four grams, approximately 15...

Carmel Spinach F1 Hybrid Spinacia oleracea, F1 Seed package contains four grams, approximately 150 seeds. Carmel is a fast-growing and very uniform spinach that is great when harvested as a baby or full-sized leaf. The attractive, dark-green, leaves are upright and semi-savoyed. Plants have high resistance to downy mildew races 1-11 and 13. Harvest at 3-5 weeks for baby leaves, sow every 7 days for a continuous supply. Great for fall planting! Growing Information Spacing: 10 seeds per foot i...

$2.49 $136.45

Monstrueux De Viroflay Spinach Seed

Spinacia oleracea Monstrueux De Viroflay Spinach (50 days) Approximately 70-80 spinach seeds per...

Spinacia oleracea Monstrueux De Viroflay Spinach (50 days) Approximately 70-80 spinach seeds per gram An old variety dating back to the mid 1800’s in France. Great flavor fresh or cooked. Excellent for cooking because of the large leaves that get up to 10” long. Fast producer that does well in the fall for winter harvests.

$2.49 $84.99