Bloomsdale Savoy

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Quick Facts:

    • Very sweet in salads or cooked
    • Thick, succulent leaves
    • Can be overwintered
    • Open-pollinated seeds
    • Matures in 50 days

Bloomsdale Savoy

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Description:

This great tasting heirloom spinach has thick, succulent, dark-green savoyed or crumpled leaves that are very sweet in salads or cooked. Bloomsdale Savoy is best planted in early spring and fall. If Bloomsdale Savoy spinach seeds are fall-planted, it will overwinter and produce much earlier than if it is spring-planted. Very fast growing plants with upright growth that can be mechanically harvested when necessary. This spinach has high resistance to blight and blue mold (BM). We recommend sowing spinach seeds in the third week in August on the coast. Enjoy a fall harvest, but only cut the leaves from the ground level. The following spring, you will get a huge harvest of incredibly early, tasty spinach before there are any pests around to compete with.

Matures in 50 days. (Open-pollinated seeds)

Size: SKU: Price: Availability: Quantity: Total:
5g (approx. 600 seeds) SP701A $3.19 In stock $0.00
25g (approx. 2875 seeds) SP701B $5.39 In stock $0.00
100g (approx. 12000 seeds) SP701C $9.99 In stock $0.00
500g (approx. 60000 seeds) SP701D $25.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
1kg (approx. 120000 seeds) SP701E $42.99 In stock $0.00
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Quick Facts:

    • Very sweet in salads or cooked
    • Thick, succulent leaves
    • Can be overwintered
    • Open-pollinated seeds
    • Matures in 50 days

How To Grow

The trick to growing spinach is to grow it fast and harvest it fast, and use the right varieties in the right season. Spinach bolts as the days get long and when the weather gets hot. That’s why spinach is usually grown in early spring and fall, in low temperatures and short days. Some varieties ddo a little better in long day, hot conditions. Pick them promptly in hot weather. For summer harvests, try New Zealand Spinach. Follow along with this handy How to Grow Spinach from Seed Guide and grow food.