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Organic Asian Spinach (Tatsoi)
Organic Asian Spinach Tatsoi
Organic Asian Spinach (Tatsoi)


 
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Tatsoi tastes similar to spinach and is so much easier to grow! Its green spoon-shaped leaves and succulent stems may be used as spinach in salads, soups and quiches.

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Organic Asian Spinach (Tatsoi) Tatsoi tastes similar to spinach and is so much easier to grow! Its green spoon-shaped leaves and succulent stems may be used as spinach in salads, soups and quiches. Tatsoi is abundant in every season while true spinach only thrives in cool seasons and bolts immediately in the summer heat. Our tatsoi overwinters uncovered in the field, re-growing quickly once the snows melt; it is also mild-flavored and bolt-resistant in the summer heat. In the kitchen, we enjoy both baby and full leaves in salad as well as soups and stir-fries.

21 days to baby leaf
45 to full leaf


Brassica rapa var narinosa

Tatsoi Harvest (seed and greens)
Cleaning Tatsoi
Perfect Things to Plant in the Fall

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5 of 5 November 18, 2019
Reviewer: Amy Chorew from BLOOMFIELD, CT United States  


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4 of 5 September 23, 2019
Reviewer: Wesley Meeker from Milford, CT United States  


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4 of 5 Actually wintered over, but bolted fast. June 15, 2019
Reviewer: Wesley Meeker from Milford, CT United States  
I think this would be a better spring planting than a fall planting. Tasty greens though! Great in stir fry or salads!

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4 of 5 great for salads March 10, 2019
Reviewer: Andrea from Syracuse, NY  
This stuff is awesome, bought on a whim last year, and it was excellent and kept producing without bolting until the middle of summer.

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5 of 5 sturdy and dark green January 8, 2019
Reviewer: Josephine Bellalta from Lakeside, Michigan  
I love planting and eating this one. late season greens and very sturdy in the cold weather.

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