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Very cold-hardy dark green leaves with heavily savoyed texture.

For early spring and fall; good cold soil emergence but a tendency to bolt in the heat. Performs well in winter greenhouses or overwintered outdoors under mulch. David Landreth developed the original Bloomsdale spinach in the 1800s.

Bloomsdale Spinach

  • Sow in early spring for the first crop, and again in late summer for a fall crop. Grows best in average, well-drained soil, in full sun. Plant seeds evenly in rows that are 1-2’ apart. Cover seeds with ½” inch of fine soil and firm lightly. Thin seedlings to 6” apart when they are 1-2” tall. Keep plants well-watered during hot, dry weather, to promote fast growth. Plants should receive at least one inch of water a week. Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach holds up better than other varieties of spinach in warm weather and is slower to bolt.

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