Spinach Seeds

Spinach seeds produce a crop that’s a valuable source of beta carotene, iron, and vitamin K. The trick to growing great spinach is to use the right varieties in the right season. Spinach is a cool season crop that bolts as the days get long and hot. That’s why it is usually grown in spring and fall — and in the winter on the coast. Some varieties do a little better in summer conditions. Baby-leaf varieties can be grown at almost any time of year, but harvest them promptly or they too, will bolt. Spinach is grouped in the family Amaranthaceae, so it is a cousin of beets, chard, and quinoa.

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  • Avon


  • Bloomsdale Savoy

    Bloomsdale Savoy

  • Bloomsdale Savoy Organic

    Bloomsdale Savoy Organic

  • Corvair Organic

    Corvair Organic

  • Escalade Organic Spinach Seeds

    Escalade Organic

    5 out of 5
  • Monstrueux de Viroflay

    Monstrueux de Viroflay

    5 out of 5
  • New Zealand

    New Zealand Spinach

    5 out of 5
  • Olympia


  • Renegade Organic Spinach Seeds SP714-1

    Renegade Organic

  • Samish Organic

    Samish Organic

    4 out of 5
  • Seaside Spinach SP715-1


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