Spinach Giant Winter Seeds
Info: The spinach bred specifically for sowing in the autumn, as the name Giant Winter suggests, is a remarkably winter-hard vegetable. The large, dark green and semi-raspy leaves can then be harvested in early spring. The spicy leaves can be steamed used as a vegetable garnish. But they should also be tried as an addition to a mixed salad.Sowing & cultivation: The sowing of spinach can take place from March-May directly into the field. Although the spinach is very robust, it is recommended to cover it with foil until early summer. The sowing depth should be about 1-3cm. To get a good contact with the soil, the seed rows should be tapped. It is important to maintain a row spacing of about 15 to 25 cm when sowing, and to leave the plants at a distance of about 5 cm. A late culture can be done under foil coverage again from August. The soil should be rich in humus and nutrients and always have enough moisture.
|Botanical name||Spinacia oleracea|