Hello all! This Heirloom variety of Giant Noble Spinach is very hardy and grows really big! The leaves are a little thicker and will hold up when boiled or frozen; they taste great with no bitterness. This seed is non-treated, Non-GMO and can be used for sprouts and baby leaf and containers. This is the variety that you can move the snow to harvest. Happy growing!!!
Here are. Growing tips and ideas.
If you are in zone 8 and above do not plant in. The summer slot. But. You can the rest of the year with no problems.
Zones 3 thru 7b. You can plant from. Early February if the ground is not frozen. Up until. The middle of. October we recommend in any zone to plant in succession so you will have a constant supply. If you are planting a large area you can broadcast the seeds and rake them in.
Spacing. Is not a big for the giant noble spinach
2 to 4 inches. Depending on the size you want
Get them watered. If you let em dry out to much. They will go bitter on you
Make sure you keep the leaves pick you they don't bolt on you
The Giant Noble Spinach is evocative, to say the least, but that's why you're drawn to it in the first place.