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perpetual spinach

Perpetual Spinach has been planted 8 times by Growstuff members.


perpetual spinach is a perennial crop (living more than two years)

First harvest expected

64 days after planting


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What people are saying about perpetual spinach

Shakey SHakey Town

We've been rock and rolling with 7.7 Earthquake at midnight and i lost count of how many 6-pointer aftershocks - and a tsunami evacuation.

Super tired, this morning we went home for about 90 minutes sleep - and then went looking for something normal (instead of our wavy shaken up house). School is closed, the city cordoned off. We ended up at the garden shop, it having the only cafe open on a Monday.

Lots of plants acquired. Many large tomato seedlings, three artichoke, some perpetual spinach and chives.

They'll mostly go into the large garden bed we need to dig (frame is built). They'll need wind shelter. We've got a high winds warning for tonight (YAY! more disasters) so the seedlings are sheltering behind a north fenced. The winds are nearly always northerly here, but a north fence of course also blocks the sun from the north - so it'll need something better.

How to grow perpetual spinach

Grown for: leaf (5)

Plant from: seed (6), seedling (2)

Plant in: sun (5), semi-shade (2), (1)

Scientific names

None known.

Alternate names

  • spinach beet

Perpetual spinach varieties

perpetual spinach is a variety of chard.

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