Spinach Heirloom Seeds - Heat Tolerant, Summer Spinach, Slow to Bolt, Fresh Salad Mix, Leafy Greens, Open Pollinated, Non-GMO
New Zealand Spinach, scientifically known as Tetragonia tetragonoides, is an ancient heirloom that was introduced to England by Sir Joseph Banks in 1772. Although it is not related to true spinach, its taste is similar and some people even prefer it. The remarkable characteristic of this variety is its ability to withstand heat, and it can produce all through summer, unlike common spinach, which tends to bolt.
New Zealand Spinach has a mild flavor, and its young, small leaves are perfect for salads or cooked dishes.
About Our Seeds:
- Our seeds are non-GMO, open-pollinated, and untreated (free from fungicides, pesticides, herbicides, etc.)
- We regularly test our seeds to ensure they meet the highest germination standards.
- We provide full, detailed growing instructions for all our seeds.
- Our seeds are professionally packed in eco-friendly resealable packets made from recycled materials and printed with vegetable-based ink, without the use of plastic ziploc bags.
4g (Min. ~150 Seeds)