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Organic Butterflay Spinach
Organic Butterflay Spinach
Organic Butterflay Spinach


 
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We love the melt-in-your-mouth, deep green leaves of Butterflay. Succulent and semi-savoy, Butterflay is full of flavor at any stage from baby leaf to over a foot long. All spinach grows best in cool temperatures but Butterflay is exceptional: it easily overwinters uncovered in our fields every year.

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Organic Butterflay Spinach We love the melt-in-your-mouth, deep green leaves of Butterflay. Succulent and semi-savoy, Butterflay is full of flavor at any stage from baby leaf to over a foot long. All spinach grows best in cool temperatures but Butterflay is exceptional: it easily overwinters uncovered in our fields every year. We sow spinach in September for a fall harvest that will overwinter and re-grow with the sweetest, most tender leaves as soon as the snows melt. Even if you don't fall-sow your spinach, tuck them in first thing in spring when you plant your peas to enjoy the maximum harvest before the heat of summer inspires them to bolt in June.

20 days to baby leaf
45 days to full leaf


Spinacea oleracea

Perfect Things to Plant in the Fall

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January 14, 2018
Reviewer: Danielle Hippert from Rochester , NY United States  


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January 3, 2018
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November 20, 2017
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a normal lettuce November 15, 2016
Reviewer: Ron Sipling from Fulton, NY United States  
a reasonably average spinach

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