This unusual and somewhat unknown edible green is actually a species of edible leafed beet/chard. Plants have large soft, green leaves on very thin stems on bushy 2' plants. A very productive, incredibly sweet and tender green! This is a great warm weather spinach substitute that withstands heat, producing well until heavy frost. Pick outer leaves to get a constant supply of greens. Can be perennial in certain climates. 25 seed minimum per packet 

Perpetual Spinach Leaf Beet


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