Species: Spinacia oleracea
Days to Maturity: 45
Grown by: Eric Kampe
This heirloom variety is the go-to spinach for many a farmer and gardener. Vigorous plants with deep green, curly leaves. Grows quickly, a real advantage in Michigan’s often short spring season. Best planted in cooler weather; summer sowings require partial shade and generous watering.
- Full sun, tolerates light shade
- Direct sow outdoors: March and again in September
- Sow seeds 1/4” deep at 4”-8” spacing
- 45 days to maturity
400 seeds per packet
This variety has been grown in Certified Organic land and conditions.