Perennial Spinach New Zealand
That’s right – this spinach is perennial. Called Warrigal Greens in its native New Zealand, it was apparently eaten by Captain Cook and his crew to prevent scurvy in the 1700s. A trailing heirloom spinach that can withstand warmer summers without bolting and return each year except after the coldest winters. Can be harvested and cooked like normal spinach.
Average 10 seeds.
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