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New Zealand Spinach

NZ $3.95

Description

New Zealand Spinach is a trailing plant that forms a mat of triangular soft fleshy foliage with a crystalline appearance, giving succulent leaves and stem tips throughout the season, continuing long after other varieties have finished. In fact, the more you pick, the more the plant produces. Before planting soak seeds in warm water for 3 to 4 hours and then sow 3-4 seeds in mounds spaced 70cm apart. Or can be started early in pots for indoor culture. Inherent low germination rate.

Matures 40 days from direct sowing.

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Tetragonia expansa

Information

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 70cm-icon 70cm Warmer Temps 1.2.3 50 Direct Sow-icon Direct Sow Leaf Crop-icon Leaf Crop

KEY to WHEN TO SOW

  1 Early Spring 2 Late Spring &
Early Summer
3 Late Summer &
Early Autumn

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