Fast-growing plants quickly produce a bountiful harvest of medium-green, arrowhead-shaped leaves. This variety has good resistance to bolting in hot weather, allowing for a longer harvest period. Begin harvesting in 37 days. Resistant to downy mildew disease.
Gardener's Supply is offering these seeds through our partnership with High Mowing Organic Seeds, a small Vermont company that produces and develops the best quality, 100% organic seeds. Varieties have been selected for their exceptional performance. When you buy organic seed, you have the assurance that the seed was grown without synthetic chemicals and you are supporting farms and companies that are committed to organic agriculture.
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from Marietta, GA
Comments about : Regiment Spinach Organic Seeds:
Just what I was needed for the garden. Was disappointed, however, that it didn't count toward $50 threshold needed for free shipping when ordered in combination with other products.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Merchant response: Thanks for taking the time to share your experience with the Regiment Spinach Organic Seeds (#8594087). We're glad you like the seeds but sorry for the confusion. Seeds don't count towards your special offer threshold because they already ship for free! We guarantee our products 100%, though, so if we can assist you further please call us toll-free at 1-800-876-5520 or reply to our email.
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Not sure I'd buy again
I planted the whole package hoping I'd have some nice spinach,but that didn't happen! Not many of the seeds germinated,only got 3 plants & didn't get much of them do to rabbits liked what came up! I was dissapointed I spent more on the seeds than I normally would have! I was really looking forward to having some nice spinach! Now I did have other brands of seeds that didn't grow either but those were old as in 2-3 yrs. old! But I also had some old seeds that did grow! So would I spend the extra money & buy these again?? Probably not!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
By Strider's Mom
from Belvidere, NJ
My husband and I are spinach fans, so when I decided to try to grow more vegetables in a raised planter spinach was on the list to try and grow. I started the seeds in a raised planter outside, and they grew quickly, despite cool rainy weather for 2 weeks right after planting. I've already done one harvest and used the spinach on a pesto/spinach/tomato pizza. The spinach wilted nicely before putting it on the pizza and was tasty
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