(Spinacia oleracea) Heirloom. Heavily crinkled, dark green leaves. Slow to bolt; tolerates dry, hot weather. Hardy. Attractive variety. 40-60 days. 400 seeds
HISTORY: Spinach was first cultivated in Persia thousands of years ago, spreading to European gardens around 1350.
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