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Perpetual Spinach

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Perpetual Spinach is not actually spinach, but a type of chard. It looks like spinach and belongs to the beet family, therefore it is also known as Spanish beet or Leaf beet. The green leaves and stalks are packed with nutrients.
Sown in April-June either in modules or directly, it will last until the following spring and will provide fresh greens nearly year round.
Average 50 seeds per packet.