- Perfect for sowing little and often
- Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society
- Grow in containers or in beds
Any crop called Perpetual has to be good news. Perpetual by name, and perpetual by nature. This tasty and vitamin-packed variety of spinach is highly productive with larger, fleshier leaves than regular spinach.
We recommend you sow little and often from spring until September for a spring to autumn harvest of tender, succulent green leaves that will save you costs of limp salad bags at the supermarket.
Out of season you can even sow in late autumn so it overwinters and you have harvests as early as late winter for an extra early start to the growing year.