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(Spinacia oleracea)  French heirloom, dating back to 1885.  Large, dark-green, smooth & slightly crumpled leaves to 25cm long.  Tender in texture & sweet in taste due to its low acid content.  Vigorous, spreading plants.    Excellent variety for cooler weather.  Pick outside leaves as required.  40-50 days.  350 seeds

(Spinach02985)

SKU Spinach02985
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

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