- Excellent catch crop for sowing in between crops with a longer maturity time
- Large succulent leaves, perfect raw in salads
- Long harvest period when you sow little and often from early spring to autumn
- Seeds arrive to your door in air-tight packets for freshness, colour-illustrated and with handy tips
Perpetual Spinach is a highly productive crop with larger, fleshier leaves than other spinach varieties.
Maturing quickly you can sow Perpetual Spinach little and often through spring and summer. This gives you an on-going yet measured harvest rather than a one-off glut.
Grow in containers, planters or directly in open soil to suit your space, whether you have a large allotment plot or just a small balcony.
We recommend that you sow seeds from April to July 2.5cm (1in) deep. Alternatively sow in late autumn to overwinter.
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