Product code: 4415
Mid-earlyfrost-resistant variety of spinach. Vegetation period from shoots to ripeness is 25-40 days. Forms a compact rosette of large, slightly bubbly leaves, light green, spear-shaped and elongated-oval.
Product code: 13589
This is a berry and salad culture, grown by sowing in the ground in early spring or before winter, as well as seedlings, very cold-resistant, drought-resistant, early ripening, when shoots appear in April, the first fruits ripen in June.
Product code: 11963
20-24 days!!! Probably the best and most productive dark green plain leaf spinach for year-round sowing and harvests. Within its class, Olympia is slower to bolt and displays better eating quality than others.
Product code: 11358
The early-ripening variety of spinach, commodity yield comes on 21 days after mass shoots. Rosette semi-elevated, diameter 42.8 x 46.0 cm, height about 20 cm. Number of leaves 18-20. Leaves large, up to 20 cm long, 16.0 cm wide, elongated-oval.
Product code: 11953
This heirloom variety is the go-to spinach for many a farmer and gardener. Vigorous plants with deep green, curly leaves. Grows quickly, a real advantage in Michigan’s often short spring season. Best planted in cooler weather.
Product code: 11952
This is the mid-early variety of spinach, the vegetation period is 40-45 days. The plant is compact, medium-sized, with large, thick, dark-green leaves. The variety is resistant to lightning and low temperatures.
Product code: 11359
Dating back to 1933, this heirloom has large, dark green, smooth leaves with very good flavor. Delicious cooked or used in spinach salads. A high yielding variety that freezes well. A cold hardy variety that's an excellent choice for late summer/fall.
Product code: 9230
28-48 Days. Dark green, smooth, oval-shaped leaves are a versatile addition to the kitchen! Matador has great, sweet flavor as a mature plant, can also be enjoyed as a baby green in salad mixes, and has the perfect texture for cooked dishes.