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Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach Seed

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The hot-weather standard since 1925. Glossy, deep green, nutritious leaves are prolific and “cut-and-come-back” when clipped about an inch off the ground. Bloomsdale keeps well and is very popular with fine chefs because of its delicate flavor when leaves are small/young. Slow to bolt and frost-tolerant. Sow in early spring and again in late summer for a fall crop. Use sautéed, in stir fries or raw in salads. Freezes well after blanching. Photo courtesy of Baker Creek Heirloom Seed.

  • Days to germinate: 7-14 days
  • Days to maturity: 50
  • Start indoors 6 weeks before last frost. Sow ¼” deep in sterile planting medium.
  • Transplant spacing: 6”
  • Sow outdoors as soon as the ground is workable.
  • Seed spacing: 2”, Harvest baby leaves to thin to 6” between plants
  • Seed depth: ¼”
  • Produce size: Baby leaves (3-4”) to 10” leaves (larger leaves need stems removed)
  • Yield: 20-25 lbs. per 50’ row
  • Mature plant height: 10-12”
  • Suitable for container growing: Yes

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How many seeds do u put in one pot?
Elisa E on Feb 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: We're presuming you are growing the spinach in a larger pot vs. a seedling pot and then transplanting it - in a larger pot (10" or larger, you can plant 6-8 seeds, cut the leaves and let them re-grow. Spinach does not transplant well.

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