This flavorful spinach variety comes to us from Italy and produces large, deep green leaves well into the fall and winter months. It is also known by it’s English name, Giant of Winter. (40-60 days)
Each packet contains approximately 250 seeds.
One of the hardiest vegetables, heirloom spinach is grown as a spring or autumn crop, but quickly goes to seed during long, hot summer days. Sow in spring several weeks before last frost date; In autumn, sow right up to first frost.
The seed is planted up to 1/2-inch deep and spaced 3 to 6 inches between plants. Spinach requires rich, moist soil to thrive and should be harvested often to keep the plants producing.