Bloomsdale Long Standing
Is a slow to bloom, old (1925) and very well-known sort with large dark-green, slightly crumpled, fleshy leaves. It grows somewhat upright which keeps more leaves free of soil. Bloomsdale can be sown very early in spring for a quick harvest. B. and other sorts of spinach easily begin to bloom during the long hours of strong early summer light. The best crops come from sowing in July-August. Bloomsdale tolerates several degrees of frost and yields fine crops far into late autumn. A portion has about 350 seeds. MOFGA-certified seed. See under Info etc. - Ecologically grown seeds.
|Latin name:||Spinaca oleracea|
|Botanic family:||The Beet Family - Chenopodiaceae|
|Sorted by size:||No|
|Days to maturity:||50|