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  1. Giant Noble Spinach - Packet

    Grow this large, smooth leaved spinach to eat fresh or pack into freezer for winter use, Giant Noble is reliable and uniform. No garden is complete without a good bed of spinach, sow...

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    Giant Noble Spinach - Packet Spinacia oleracea
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    Grow this large, smooth leaved spinach to eat fresh or pack into freezer for winter use, Giant Noble is reliable and uniform. No garden is complete without a good bed of spinach, sow spring or fall since it prefers cool weather. Giant Noble is your best choice for heritage flavor, and winner of the prestigious AAS award in 1933.
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  2. Viroflay Spinach - Packet

    Serve this smooth leaved French variety of spinach ‘a la Florentine’ gently braised with a lemony buttery sauce under poached eggs for classic Eggs Benedict. When Catherine de Me...

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    Viroflay Spinach - Packet Spinacia oleracea
    $2.50
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    Serve this smooth leaved French variety of spinach ‘a la Florentine’ gently braised with a lemony buttery sauce under poached eggs for classic Eggs Benedict. When Catherine de Medici instructed her chef to serve spinach at her wedding, it quickly became a French kitchen garden favorite. Viroflay produces vigorous plants with large leaves.
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  3. Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach - Packet

    Pluck leaf by leaf for a robust salad, or harvest a bunch to steam until soft, topped with a tab of sweet butter. The Landreth family introduced this variety in 1826, and it became ...

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    Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach - Packet Spinacia oleracea
    $2.50
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    Pluck leaf by leaf for a robust salad, or harvest a bunch to steam until soft, topped with a tab of sweet butter. The Landreth family introduced this variety in 1826, and it became an instant success, now a classic. Known for its outstanding ability to withstand temperature changes, it won the prestigious AAS award in 1937. Best sown early spring or late Autumn, the dark green leaves are crisply crinkled and hardy.
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