Bloomsdale Savoy Spinach
Spinach is easy to grow and producees a generous crop of leaves that are not only delicious but high in vitamin content. Excellent in salad, souffles, stuffings or as a cooked green.
When and where to plant
Spinach is a fast growing cool-weather spring and fall crop. Select sunny location, Cultivate and fertilize with vegetable food. Plant in spring as soon as soil can be worked, repeating every 2 weeks until weather warms. Continue in late summer. Sow seed sparingly, firming soil over row.
Thin first to 3" then to 6". Use thinnings in salad.
Cut out leaves when 6-8" long, leaving center to form new leaves.
Rich in Calcium, Iron, and Vitamins A, B1, B2, Niacin.