An Heirloom vegetable over 400 years old. The base-branching plants have smaller, thinner, light-green leaves than true Spinach but after flowering, numerous fingernail size strawberry-like fruits appear all along the stems. The fruits are edible and the plant should be treated and used as a Spinach.
Matures 40 days from direct sowing.
|OPTIMUM SOIL TEMP FOR GERMINATION||DAYS TO GERMINATION||DISTANCE APART TO PLANT SEEDLINGS||PREFERRED GROWING PERIOD||WHEN TO SOW||NUMBER OF SEEDS PER PACKET||PREFERRED GROWING METHOD||BEST USE|
|10-25||7-14||6cm||Cooler Temps||1.2.3||100||Direct Sow||Novelty|