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Spinach

Product information

€ 1,69 € 1,27

Description

Our spinach produces big leaves fast. It takes a while to flower, so you can harvest the leaves for a long time. Grows well in cooler weather: great for spring or late-summer sowing.

Free delivery from € 30

In the app

Sowing: 15 August - 31 October, 1 March - 30 April

Level 1

pre-soaking

0 - 1 days

Level 2

seeds are sown

1-11 days

Level 3

some seedlings

1-2 weeks

Level 4

seedlings visible

2-4 weeks

Level 5

little plants

4-6 weeks

Level 6

first harvest

6-9 weeks

Level 7

harvesting

9-11+ weeks

Sowing time: Mar - Apr and mid-Aug - Oct
Height: 5-25 cm
Weight: 2 grams
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  • The app helps you with almost everything you do in your vegetable garden: sowing, tending, and harvesting.
  • If something goes wrong, the app tells you what steps to take.
  • If that doesn’t work, you can ask us for advice.
  • If that still doesn’t help, we’ll look for other solutions together. Until we get it right.

Spinach

This spinach variety has large, tender leaves with a delicious nutty flavor. Our spinach can handle cooler temperatures well, so it's great for spring and early fall.

  • Species name: Nores type Viking
  • Family: leaf
  • Plants per square patch: 9
  • Height: 5 to 25 cm
  • Sowing time: March-April and from mid-August to October
  • Sowing depth: 1 cm
  • Germination: 10-16°C in 7-16 days
  • Time to harvest: after 6 - 8 weeks
  • Sunlight: can grow in sun or shade
Want to buy spinach seeds? We sell seed bags separately, or, you can get them as part of a seed pack:

What's so special about our spinach?

Our spinach has beautiful large leaves. It’s slow to flower, so you can harvest the leaves longer.

Spinach is super healthy: lots of vitamin C, antioxidants, and iron. 

Sowing and growing

Sow this spinach in early spring or the very end of the summer.

If the weather is dry, soak the seeds in water overnight before sowing to speed up germination. Then poke 9 holes in your square patch with 2 seeds per hole. There’s no need to thin out the seedlings.

Harvest the leaves by plucking them one by one or by cutting off the entire plant 2 cm above the soil line. The plants will continue to grow. If you let the leaves grow, they can reach up to 20 cm. Harvest the plants completely as soon as they start to flower.

Step-by-step sowing and growing instructions are included in the Planty Gardening app.

How do you use it?

Use the raw leaves in salads. Or cook them briefly and add them to your mashed potatoes. Also delicious in green smoothies, soups, stir-fries, and sauces.

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