Spinach leaves are a powerhouse of vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants and should be part of everyone's diet. Until the 1930s, spinach was a very little used vegetable. Then, suddenly the American farmers noted a 33% increase in spinach consumption. Why you ask? Popeye the Sailor Man. The best PR person a vegetable ever had.  

Approximately 48,000 seeds per lb. 1 oz. is needed for a 100 foot row, 15 lb. per acre. 

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Spinach, Bloomsdale

Heirloom variety. Dark green, heavy, crinkled leaves. Standard.


Smooth leaves, good as baby spinach or at full maturity

Spinach, New Zealand

Heirloom variety. Small, thick, triangular, dark green leaves.