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Spinach is one of the most popular vegetables in the garden. Delicious raw or cooked, it is also one of the most cold hardy vegetables. Some people have reported planting it in the fall, then having it sprout and come up during a warm spell in mid-winter! We love it for a variety of uses, from curry, to creamed spinach, to spinach salad.

Items marked with a star are Annie's Favorites.

Minimum 200 seeds per packet unless otherwise noted in the product description.

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  • America Spinach
    $3.00 America Spinach
    50 days.  A beautiful, very savoyed, dark green spinach.  It has an excellent flavor and is slower to bolt than other varieties, so it's a good choice for warmer climates.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet...
  • Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach *
    $2.00 Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach *
    48 day.  This is our favorite spinach.  It's the sweetest of the spinaches that we've tried; tender and mild but flavorful.  It is also slow to bolt, making it an excellent choice all around...
  • Giant Winter Spinach
    $2.00 Giant Winter Spinach
    50 day.  A wonderful, giant spinach with huge semi-savoyed leaves that are dark green.  It is very cold hardy and can tolerate damp conditions.  A great choice for overwintering in the garden. Minimum of 200...
  • Merlo Nero Spinach
    $3.00 Merlo Nero Spinach
    48 days.  This Italian heirloom is a large, early spinach with slightly savoyed leaves.  The leaves are large and tender, and they taste great.   Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.
  • Viroflay Spinach
    $2.00 Viroflay Spinach
    50 day.  Viroflay is the giant of spinaches.  The leaves are huge, but stay tender and flavorful.  Because of the large leaves, Viroflay has excellent yields.   Minimum of 200 seed per packet...