Spinach

Packaging - 10g

Spinacia oleracea

Spinach leaves taste great in stuffing, sauces, or as a separate dish with garlic and cream. Spinach leaves can also be harvested early on and eaten raw in salads.

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Flavour

sourish, bitterish

vegetable

Family amaranthaceae

kitchen

Indian, Italian, Mediterranean, Moroccan,

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Spinach (Microgreens)

Spinach leaves taste great in the form of stuffing, sauces or as a separate dish with the addition of garlic and cream. Spinach leaves can also be harvested at an early stage and eaten raw in salads.

1.35 $ / op.

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Spinach (Greens)

Spinach leaves taste great in the form of stuffing, sauces, or as a separate dish with the addition of garlic and cream. Spinach leaves can also be harvested at an early stage and eaten raw in salads.

1.00 $ / op.

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Spinach (Pots)

Spinach leaves taste great in the form of stuffing, sauces or as a separate dish with the addition of garlic and cream. Spinach leaves can also be harvested at an early stage and eaten raw in salads.

1.00 $ / op.

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How to grow spinach in Verdeat

one

select a tray

Put the trays on any shelf in your Verdeat, add water and fertilizer ...

two

insert the pods

Insert the organic coconut fiber pods into the designated trays. You can use the trays many times.

three

plant the seeds

Put one seed into each pod. Use the pods just once.

and

harvest

In 8-12 days you will harvest fresh greens. From one seed expect 5-10 crops. Unused seeds store in a dry place.

GOOD TO KNOW

The whole truth about spinach

Spinach is valued as a rich source of vitamins, protein, fiber, carotenoids and minerals. A significant advantage of this vegetable is the low cultivation costs and its availability almost all year round, especially in periods of shortage of fresh vegetables

Diet

It is recommended for patients with anemia and tired, stressed, and weakened after illnesses.

Health

Spinach is valued as a rich source of vitamins, protein, fiber, carotenoids, and minerals.

Origin

A wild plant in the Mediterranean, now in many regions of the world: Europe, South Africa, India, Australia, New Zealand, North America

Diet

It is recommended for patients with anemia and tired, stressed, and weakened after illnesses.

Health

Spinach is valued as a rich source of vitamins, protein, fiber, carotenoids, and minerals.

Origin

A wild plant in the Mediterranean, now in many regions of the world: Europe, South Africa, India, Australia, New Zealand, North America

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