"Bloomsdale Longstanding" Organic Heirloom Spinach, Spinacia oleracea


This reliable heirloom variety is full of advantages. Planted in early spring here in the Midwest, it germinates quickly and matures early, yielding well for baby spinach salad. Its dark green, nicely-textured leaves are packed with vitamins A, C, E, K, calcium, and iron. Bloomsdale Longstanding is slow to bolt, heat and cold-tolerant, making it ideal for our short, unpredictable Midwest springtime. It can be planted in late summer for a fall crop. The buzz is that sowing in late fall yields a good crop in early spring. This plant can also overwinter in the house and be transplant in very early spring for a head start on spring yields. 48 days to harvest. 50 seeds/2.50, 1/4 oz./6.00, 1/2 oz./10.00.