Favorite Spinach Recipes by Engrid Winslow There are two types of spinach available for eating: flat leaf spinach is a smooth-leaved variety that is usually canned or frozen. Most of what gardeners grow is the sweeter savoy or curly leafed spinach. The leaves are wrinkled and are the ones used in pre-packaged spinach at the […]
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Very few leafy greens top heirloom spinach for easy-to-grow productivity and nutrition. This fast-growing variety produces a generous harvest of mouthwatering, tender leaves with superb flavor. The well-adapted plants thrive in cool weather, are slow to bolt and resist tip burn and downy mildew.
Nobel Giant Spinach is a great heirloom that forms large spreading plants that are slow to bolt. The huge, thick, pointed leaves are smooth and dark-green. The heavy yields will ensure that you will have enough to eat fresh from the garden and more for freezing and canning.