Botanical Interests Seeds, Spinach, Bloomsdale
Spinacia oleracea. USDA organic. Cool season. 28-45 days. Sow early spring or late summer. Heirloom. An old favorite among gardeners, Bloomsdale has excellent flavor and produces large quantities of tender, delicious leaves packed with nutrition. Bolt-resistant and easy to grow. Be strong to the finish and eat your spinach! In the 1930s, the spinach industry gave credit to the cartoon character Popeye for a 33% increase in national spinach consumption. Today, we don't need a beefy sailor to sell us on its benefits. If you haven't grown spinach before, the freshness and quality of homegrown will win you over. Bloomsdale is an old, dependable, open-pollinated variety that is equally delicious full grown or as a baby leaf. It's very nutritious - lots of vitamins A and C, and iron. Spinach plants are very cold tolerant. If you have limited space, or want to grown spinach in the off-season, you can grow it in a container! This packet sows twelve 10-foot rows. More info inside. No GMOs. All our seeds are untreated. www.botanicalinterests.com. Certified organic by the Colorado Dept. of Agriculture. We are dedicated to inspiring & educating the gardener in you. That's why we've put even more helpful information inside.