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Savoyed-Leaf Spinach
Savoyed-Leaf Spinach
Savoy-leaf spinach has crinkled or blistered leaves that give it the wonderful textured appearance considered traditional for spinach in the Eastern US. The degree of texture varies from semi-savoyed to deeply savoyed. In trialing spinach varieties, Johnny's seeks a combination of flavor, rapid growth, slowness to bolt, and disease resistance. For details regarding which varieties are best sown and harvested in seasonal slots, see our Spinach Planting Program.
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Acadia Savoyed-Leaf Spinach
Organic dark green semi-savoy for spring and fall.
New! Organic semi-savoy for spring and fall.
27 Days
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Hammerhead Savoyed-Leaf Spinach
Full-savoy with excellent DM resistance for spring, fall, and winter.
New! DM resistant full-savoy for spring, fall, and winter.
27 Days
Fast growing semi-savoy for early spring and fall.
Fast growing semi-savoy for early spring and fall.
26 Days
Open-pollinated savoy for spring and fall.
Open-pollinated savoy for spring and fall.
30 Days
Dark-green, semi-savoy for spring and fall.
Dark-green, semi-savoy for spring and fall.
26 Days
Semi-savoy with high downy mildew resistance for all seasons.
Semi-savoy with high downy mildew resistance for all seasons.
29 Days
Great fall semi-savoy.
Great fall semi-savoy.
25 Days
Our recommended alternative to Tyee.
Our recommended alternative to Tyee.
28 Days
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