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Vegetables - Spinach Seeds

Feel free to browse our fine selection of vegetable seeds. Clicking on the photo or name of any vegetable will take you to a page containing more information about that species. Also note that larger quantities of vegetable seed can be purchased by clicking on the drop-down menu.
Bloomsdale-Spinach.gif Spinach Seeds - 'Bloomsdale' Be the first one to write a review
Bloomsdale is a spinach that may very well become your favorite! The large eaves of this variety are thick, dark green, and have a crinkled texture. Slow to bolt, this is a great choice for late spring and summer plantings!
Giant-Noble-Spinach.gif Spinach Seeds - 'Giant Noble' Be the first one to write a review
Giant Noble spinach is a long standing spinach variety that will allow you to harvest over a long period of time! Matures in about 45 days. Leaves are smooth and good for canning. Bolt resistant.
New-Zealand-Spinach.gif Spinach Seeds - 'New Zealand' Spinach Seeds - 'New Zealand'
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New Zealand is not a true spinach, but can be used in just the same way, and is more resistant than regular spinach to bolting during the summer months! Long after true spinach has faded, you will still be harvesting this variety which thrives in hot weather! Plants are large and hardy, and leaves are small and fleshy. High in vitamin content! 70 days to maturity. This plant has average water needs. Water regularly, but do not over water. May be somewhat invasive.
Razzle-Dazzle-Spinach.gif Spinach Seeds - 'Razzle Dazzle' Be the first one to write a review
This hybrid variety, Razzle Dazzle, produces ready-to-harvest leaves just 30 days after sprouting! Best when planted in the early spring when it will be less likely to bolt easily. This high yielder grows up to 20 tall and is resistant to four types of Downy Mildew. Narrow, pointed leaves are mild and sweet, and are excellent for freezing!
Viroflay-Spinach.gif Spinach Seeds - 'Viroflay' Be the first one to write a review
Viroflay spinach is an heirloom variety that grows up to 2 feet in diameter. Dark-green, crisp, smooth leaves grow quickly, so this a great variety for spring or fall! Leaf harvest in 40 to 50 days. This variety is also used for baby leaves during seasons when Downey Mildew is suppressed. Baby leaf harvest in 21 days.
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