Bonnie Plants Spinach 19.3 oz
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Bonnie Plants Spinach 19.3 oz.

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ONLY AVAILABLE as Local Pickup or Local Delivery in Northern and Central New Jersey, Metro New York City, Westchester, Rockland, Southern Orange Counties.

Bonnie Plants Spinach is a dark green spinach standout - slow to bolt and suitable for spring, summer, and fall planting. The full, upright plants produce high yields of large, triangular leaves that are rich in the phytonutrient lutein. Both frost and heat tolerant.

  • Light Full sun to part shade
  • Matures 40 days
  • Plant spacing 12 inches apart
  • Plant size 8 to 10 inches tall and wide

Spinach is a cool-weather vegetable related to beets and Swiss chard. A fast-growing plant, it yields many leaves in a short time in the mild weather of spring and fall. When growing spinach, the trick lies in making it last as long as possible, especially in the spring, when lengthening days shorten its life. One great way to do that is to start with vigorous young Bonnie Plants® spinach plants, which are already well on their way to maturity when you put them in your garden. Although it prefers full sun, spinach will still produce a respectable harvest in partial shade.

Quick Guide to Growing Spinach

  • Plant spinach during the cool weather of spring and fall.
  • Space spinach plants 12 inches apart in fertile, well-drained soil with a pH of 6.5 to 7.0.
  • Start off the growing season right by mixing in several inches of aged compost or other rich organic matter into your native soil.
  • Check soil moisture often or consider using a soaker hose to keep moisture levels consistent.
  • For tender and rapid leaf production, feed regularly with a water-soluble plant food.
  • Harvest spinach starting with the outermost leaves once leaves are large enough to eat.