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Spinach - Medania - Vegetable Seeds
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Spinach - Medania - Vegetable Seeds

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Spinach seeds (Approx 25) in a hand sealed kraft envelope.

Medania variety of Spinach is a high yield variety full of flavour and vitamins. It's a fantastic plant to have in your garden or allotment, as it's also incredibly benefical for Bees and Butterflys, thanks to its tiny nectar rich flowers. Spinach can be added to a variety of meals, eaten straight from harvest or cooked in a variety of ways.

The spinach leaves can also be tinned, canned or frozen to enjoy year round.

When To Sow - When To Harvest
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Growing Tips:

To ensure the highest rate of germination and to account for the unpredictable British weather, grow these indoors on a warm sun soaked window cill or inside a greenhouse in early spring. Once the seedlings are large enough, you can then begin to plant these into pots. If the weather allows, you could also plant directly into your vegetable plot. Alternatively, pot into a 5-8cm pot and keep on your window cill and pick/ harvest as required.

Keep well watered if planting indoors, but do not allow for the soil to become consistently soaked. This can cause mould, hinder root development and be detremental to the plants health.


Note: Images for illustrative purposes only, variety and type may differ from those photographed, as well as soil conditions and weather can all impact on growth or harvest expectations.