Spinach: Bloomsdale Longstanding (Heirloom) (Spinacia oleracea)
$0.25 - $5.60
In 1784, Englishman David Landreth moved to downtown Philadelphia to open the first commercial seed business in the United States. He and his brother Cuthbert developed this variety of spinach, which they named Bloomsdale Longstanding and introduced to their customers in 1826. Bloomsdale became known for withstanding temperature changes without bolting, and continues to be well loved by gardeners.
Spinach: Purple Passion (Heirloom) (Atriplex hortensis)
$0.25 - $5.60
Purple Passion Spinach also known as Purple Mountain Spinach has 3 times more Vitamin A than normal spinach. It is also very tasty and easy to grow. Purple Passion Spinach can grow to six feet tall, with beautiful purplish-red leaves, and can be used in place of traditional spinach or chard. Also superb in salads or cooked as a green.
Spinach: Strawberry (Chenopodium capitatum)
$1.00 - $5.60
Strawberry Spinach is a member of the Goosefoot family and is an annual native of Africa, Asia and Europe. Strawberry Spinach is also known as Blite Goosefoot, Strawberry Goosefoot, Indian paint, and Indian Ink. Strawberry Spinach grows to the height of 12-18”, produces edible triangular-shaped green leaves, and showy red berries that resemble strawberries. Strawberry Spinach matures in 90 days, self seeds, and can be used as a dye.