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Spinacia oleracea
One of the world’s most ancient vegetables, a gift of the fertile crescent, referred to by old Chinese texts as “the herb of Persia.” Types of spinach variation involve leaf color (light to dark green), shape (oval to triangular), texture (flat to deeply savoyed), thickness, productive season, growth rate verses tendency to bolt, and oxalic acid content. John Eveland, GTF fertility magnate, says that adding calcium (as lime or gypsum) before sowing will buffer away the oxalic flavor often associated with spinach. Sure seemed to work for last year’s crop.
Seeds Counts:
Size 6-8: 2200/oz, 400/pkt
Size 8-10: 1000/oz, 200/pkt

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 Long Standing Bloomsdale (Spinach)  Long Standing Bloomsdale 
One of America’s longest standing commercial OP varieties found in wide field-scale production since 1925. That is until just lately. It has been pushed aside in seed production areas by hybrid spinach, which the seed industry finds more profitable. But for eating, nothing compares to Long Standing Bloomsdale. Darkest green, savoyed oval leaves are held erect by sturdy stems, and are highly prod... pricing and more info...
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 Merlo Nero (Spinach)  Merlo Nero 
The name means ‘Black Bird’ in Italian, appropriate for this dark green autumn-winter spinach. Rounded savoyed leaves, intensely green and robust. Begin planting in August for October harvest, continue sowing through November for continuous harvests into January. Resume sowing January through April for harvest into June. A good OP spinach is a rare bird these days, so we feel lucky to find thi... pricing and more info...
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 Winter Bloomsdale (Spinach)  Winter Bloomsdale 
The cold weather version of the Bloomsdale clan, selected for autumn sowing of winter spinach supplies. Deep, deep green and strongly savoyed leaves with an upright habit were the heirloom design for survival outdoors without protection in the old market gardens where this spinach was the king of winter. Nearly lost from commercial production these days, this spinach always brings a comment about ... pricing and more info...
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