Four great heirloom spinach varieties: Monstreaux de Virolflay (200 Seeds) Literally “the monstrous spinach of Virolay”. This 18th-century French heirloom acquired its name from the town of Virolay, which lies directly adjacent to Versailles. It is a safe bet that Napoleon himself ate this variety. Grows to an enormous size if allowed, but offers best taste when harvested at 4″-8″. Baby leaves are exquisite. Bon Appetit! 28 Days Baby, 48 Days Bloomsdale Savoy (200 Seeds) This old favorite is known for its thick, dark-green, savoyed (rumpled) leaves. This variety is the gold standard of salad spinach. Best grown in early spring although it also does well in the fall. 6″-8″ leaves 44 days, open-pollinated. Gigante De Inverno (200 Seeds) A beautiful Italian heirloom variety known for its hardiness. Leaves are very large, wavy, and sword-shaped. Growing habit is as a short, broad plant. 53 days, open-pollinated. New Zealand (40+ Seeds)
Heirloom Seed Product Features:
Four Heirloom Varieties: Gigante Inverno, Bloomsdale Savoy, Monstreaux d’ Viroflay, and New Zealand.
Grown in 2018 for the 2019 season
Non-GMO, Heirloom Varieties
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