New Zealand Spinach

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Spinazie ‘Nieuw-Zeelandse’
Features

New Zealand Spinach belongs to the family of purslane (Portulacaceae) and looks completely different than regular spinach. The plants of New Zealand spinach have much more vigor, predominantly expressed in width. The stems sort of crawl on the ground. The leaves and stems can be picked regularly and the kitchen preparation is similar to regular spinach. The seeds germinate slowly and only during high temperatures.

Growing
Outdoor
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Quick facts
Smallest package    :   10 grams (for 15 m2)
Seeds per gram    :   13 seeds
Plant spacing    :   50x50 cm
Plant height    :   25-30 cm
Position    :   sun