Bloomsdale Spinach Seeds


Bloomsdale Spinach Seeds



Spinach comes as an envelope of seeds since spinach doesn’t transplant well.
See full seedling ordering instructions here.

Frost Tolerant, 20-45 days to harvest. Heirloom variety. Sow in early spring or late summer. An old favorite among gardeners. Bloomsdale has excellent flavor. Fall grown leaves are every bit as succulent as spring leaves and baby greens. This is an early 1800’s dependable open-pollinated variety. Very nutritious – lots of vitamin A and C and iron. A good container veggie. This seed pack sows up to 37 feet.

  • When to sow outside (Recommended): 4 to 6 weeks before your average last frost date, or when soil temperature is above 40ºF, ideally 50º to 75ºF.

  • Successive sowings: Every 3 weeks until 4 weeks before your first fall frost, If mulched spinach can over-winter in sub-zero temperatures. Soil temperatures above 85º halt germination.

  • Never start seeds inside under grow lights. The roots are too sensitive to disturbance when transplanting,

  • Days to emerge: 5 – 10 days

  • Seed depth: 1/2 inch

  • Seed spacing: A group of 3 seeds every 6 inches

  • Row spacing: 12 inches

  • Thinning: When one inch tall thin to 6 inches

  • Maturity: 28 to 45 days

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