45 days. Bloomsdale Holds its quality and is slow to go to seed. Thick textured, crinkled leaves are glossy, dark green. Favorite for many.
Approximately 2,500 seeds per oz.
PLANTING: Prefers cool soil to germinate. Begin planting in early
spring, as soon as soil can be worked. Sow seeds 1/2″ deep. 1″ apart.
Let spinach grow to baby size, then pull plants until you have a 3″
spacing. Eat thin lings. Spinach can also be planted in the fall around
the middle of September or anytime soil temperature has cooled
down. HARVEST: Harvest spinach promptly when mature by cutting
just below attachment. Older plants and hot weather will cause spinach to bolt or go to seed. You will need 1 oz. of seed per 100′ row.