Dark, savoyed leaves with an upright habit and excellent flavor. The most cold-hardy spinach we’ve grown. Bred for fall-sowing and overwintering, but also thrives in spring gardens. Market customers ask for Winter Bloomsdale by name, craving its sweet, buttery flavor. Sweetens up even more after a light, fall frost. The pounds add up quick when harvesting these dense leaves which hold up well during handling.
Days to Maturity: 45
Direct seed as soon as soil can be worked.
Optimal soil temp for germ is 50-60°.
Best for spring of fall. Planting Depth: 1/4”.
Seeding rate: every 1-2”. Row spacing: 12-18”
for bunching, 5” for baby leaf.