Spinach Perpetual Organic


  • Beta vulgaris
  • Seed Packets contains approx 100 seeds
  • Open Pollinated, Organic Seed
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Spinach Perpetual

Spinach Perpetual is actually a silverbeet but planted commonly in summer as it doesn’t bolt quickly like most open pollinated spinach and gives high yields.  One of those vegetables I have in my garden most of the year. When a flower pokes through just pinch it out and the plant keeps going. Not truly perpetual but you will get a long time out of it.

The leaves are smoother than traditional silverbeet with a smaller lead, but it tastes similar to Spinach.

Sow November to March (cool climate).

Spacing 30cm, 40cm rows.

Germination: Optimal Soil temperature is 19 to 24 C (around 7 to 14 days to germination)

Dimensions14.5 × 1 × 9 cm

10 grams, Packet, 5 grams

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