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Spinach 'Perpetual' (Start-A-Garden™ Range)Beta vulgaris var. vulgarisLeaf Beet

Hardy Biennial

What is Hardy Biennial?
A plant that completes its entire life cycle in two years, growing in
the first year and reproducing and dying in the second. Capable of withstanding outdoor winter temperatures down to -15C.

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Height Up to 50cm (19.7in)
Spread Up to 45cm (17.7in)

Hardy Biennial

kitchen garden

Sun or semi shade

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Description
A continuous crop of quality, succulent leaves ideal for autumn and winter cropping. Hardly ever runs to seed in the first season and therefore good on dry ground. Full of nutrients and goodness.

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1 packet (120 seeds) (48829)

Sowing
Where to sow: Direct sow outdoors in an open sunny position.
Preparation: Prepare the soil by raking until it is fine and crumbly, removing any large stones.
Sowing: Sow seed thinly, 1cm (1/2in) deep in broad drills which are 30cm (12in) apart.
Growing: Thin seedlings to 5cm (2in) apart when large enough to handle. Trim the roots off the thinnings and cook or use in salads. Water freely through the season.
Harvesting: Harvest by picking a few leaves, snapping them off close to the ground, from several plants rather than completely stripping one. If there are more leaves ready than you can use it is still best to pick them to encourage a steady supply of young green leaves.
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The thinnings can be trimmed off their roots and cooked. Water freely through the season and harvest by picking a few leaves, snapping them off close to the ground, from several plants rather than completely stripping one. If there are more leaves ready than you can use it is still best to pick them to encourage a steady supply of young green leaves.

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