Native American annual that grows tiny, deliciously delicate leaves that can be cooked like spinach or tossed fresh into salads. Plus, it produces red fruit in late summer and autumn that taste like mulberries.
This variety’s berries grow at the base of each stem, and a plant in full fruit is a sight to behold. You can get a continuous crop of spinach by making successive plantings every 10 days.
- Sow in spring and autumn, min temp 20C. Grows better in cooler weather
- Sow in full sun, thin plants to 10cm apart
- Seeds will germinate in 7-14 days and grow to 45cm
- Harvest in 45-60 days