Description Vegetation period is 50–70 days. Leaves are fleshy, thick, spinach taste, but smaller than spinach, do not overgrow for a long time, accumulate plenty of vitamin C, carotene. Young leaves and stalks are used for food. Regrow after cutting. New Zealand spinach grow best in the summer, when weather is warm in medium heavy and rather humuous fertile soil.
Description Early, high-yielding and fast-growing hybrid variety, resistant to powdery mildew. Plants are lush, with oval, fleshy, dark green leaves. The hybrid is sown for summer and autumn harvest. Spinach leaves are valuable for vitamins, minerals and other nutrients necessary for the body: vitamins C, K, A, B group, calcium, folic acid, iron.
Description Medium-early, hihg-yielding variety. Sown in early spring, if sown during mid-summer heat, the harvest will be scarce. For early spinach harvest, it is sown in autumn. Spinach is one of the most valuable vegetables: leaves are used for salads, porridges, soups, can be preserved for the winter. For its nutritional properties is very suitable for children...
Description An early, high-yielding hybrid variety growing within 40 to 45 days. The plants are lush, the leaves are dark green, and fleshy. The hybrid is sown from spring to autumn. Spinach leaves are valuable for vitamins, minerals and other nutrients necessary for the body: vitamins C, K, A, B group, calcium, folic acid, iron. The leaves are used for salad,...
Description Medium early very fertile variety. One of the most valuable vegetables. Leaves are used for salad, porridge, soup, they can be preserved for the winter. Grows best in medium heavy humuous quite fertile soil. Sown in early spring or autumn, if sown during the height of summer heat – will yield scarce crop. Seed tape advantages: more abundant, better...
Description Green leaves are used to make salads, porridge, soups, can be canned for use in winter. Sown in the early spring if sown during the hot period (midsummer) - harvest will be poor. In order to have an early spinach harvest, should be sown in autumn.
Description A medium-early, high-yielding variety. Sown in early spring or autumn. Grows well in lower temperatures. If sown during mid-summer heat, the harvest may be scarce. Grows best in medium heavy and rather fertile soil.
Description Early hybrid variety grown for spring, summer, and autumn harvest. Leaves are tender, juicy, good-tasting, green, with short stalks, suitable for raw consumption and freezing. After germination, the harvest can be picked after 20-25 days. Suitable for growing in open balconies (produces small leaves) when grown in gardens, this variety yields abundant...
Description A high-yielding hybrid resistant to bolting. Grown for late spring and summer harvesting. Leaves are round, fleshy, dark green, with a short petiole. Grows best in fertile soils. Spinach leaves are useful as they contain vitamins, minerals, and other substances necessary for the body. Leaves are used to make salads, porridges, soups, can be preserved for...
Description Early hybrid resistant to mildew. Leaves are dark green with a pink petiole and veins. Grown for early spring and autumn harvesting. Vegetation period – 30-40 days after sowing. Sown in March or September. Consumed fresh, suitable for processing. Spinach leaves are useful as they contain vitamins, minerals, and other substances necessary for the body....
Description Early hybrid variety, grown for spring, summer and autumn harvest. Soft, juicy, good tasting green leaves with short stems, can be eaten fresh or frozen. Harvested in 20-25 days after germination. Can be grown in beds, balconies – producing small leaves give abundant harvest when cultivated in flower gardens and kitchen gardens. Do not make inflorescences...