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1. David's Garden Seeds #ad
David's Garden Seeds Greens Leafy Spinach Malabar Green 9322 Green 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds #adDavid's Garden Seeds #ad
- Seeds are non-gmo, easy to grow and hand packed by David's Garden Seeds in the United States. Can tolerate poor soil conditions, stem cuts can be rooted. Germination rate about 80% and better. A fun favorite that climbs fences and posts. Harvest in about 50 days baby; 85 days full size.
2. Outsidepride #ad
100 Seeds, Outsidepride Malabar Spinach Seeds #adOutsidepride #ad
- Provide a trellis or arbor, and it will soon make a very attractive vining plant with deep green, edible leaves and violet blooms. There are many cooking recipes you can find utilizing malabar spinach.
The taste is a bit different than traditional spinach. Basella rubra is a climbing, arbors, mailboxes, vine plant that can reach 10 feet tall climbing up trellises, etc.
Malabar spinach can be grown as a perennial vegetable or herb used for culinary purposes or ornamental purposes in USDA Zones 8 - 11. Sow 1 to 2 seeds for every plant you desire in your herb garden. The big, leafy, leaves can be used throughout the summer either cooked or in salads.
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Open Pollinated Seeds, David's Garden Seeds Greens Leafy Spinach Malabar Red SL2437 Purple 200 Non-GMO #adDavid's Garden Seeds #ad
- Dark green leaves and deep red/purple stems with a mild Swiss chard taste. Harvest in about 100 days. Seeds are non-gmo, easy to grow and hand packed by David's Garden Seeds in the United States. Vigorous asian climbing vines grow through summer into fall. Germination rate about 80% and better.
4. Park Seed #ad
Park Seed Red Stem Malabar Spinach Seeds- Green Leaf Spinach Seeds- Pack of 50 Seeds #adPark Seed #ad
- Heat-loving and vigorous, trellis, lamppost, or any vertical structure with some porousness for twining. Pkt is 50 seeds. The thick, dark green leaves of this edible ornamental provide tasty greens throughout the summer, when traditional spinach will not grow.
55 days to maturity. Many people grow red stem for purely ornamental purposes, but there's a lot of good eating on this productive plant! The mild flavor makes Red Stem equally good cooked or fresh, and is more palatable to children than the peppery cool-season varieties.
Nothing is easier or more productive. Start seeds indoors, then transplant into the garden or large container with support in late spring. The plants sport scarlet stems that contrast beautifully with the deep green of the thick, these attractive plants reach 6 feet or more if trained on a bean tower, broad leaves.
5. Harley Seeds #ad
Vietnamese,from USA, Red Vine, Alugbati, 30+ Malabar Red Stem Spinach Seeds Herb Heirloom Non-GMO Phooi Leaf #adHarley Seeds #ad
- Planting season: Late spring/early summer. Ornamental and delicious. Good cooked or fresh in salads. Soil temperature for Germination: 70-75F. Harvest all winter with mulch to zone 6. Malabar red stem spinach seeds herb heirloom non-gmo phooi leaf, Red Vine, Alugbati, Vietnamese.
Very hardy. 60-65 days. A vitamin bomb! best eaten when leaves are small and tender. Grows best in cool weather. Can be grown as a spring or fall crop. Height at maturity: up to 14'. Keep moist, not letting the seeds dry out between watering. Planting Depth: 1/2".
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Heat loving, frost sensitive.fast-growing vine, 500 Green Malabar Spinach Seeds #adwbut2023 #ad
- It is also commonly referred to as Climbing Spinach Vine, Red Vine Spinach or Creeping Spinach. Some gardeners recommend scarifying the herb seeds to improve germination. Basella alba, climbing spinach is a perennial vine found in the tropics where it is widely used as a leaf vegetable Malabar Spinach Basella Rubra - If you are looking for a different flavor from traditional spinach, creeping spinach, or malabar spinach also phooi leaf, Red vine spinach, then this gorgeous combination of deep green leaves set against burgundy stems and violet blooms will be perfect in your herb garden.
500 green malabar spinach Seeds - Heat loving, frost sensitive.
Fast-growing vine. How to grow malabar climbing spinach: once frost danger has passed, plant the Malabar Spinach seeds directly in the herb garden. Red-stemmed and pretty in flower, malabar spinach is a fully evergreen tender perennial herb with densely twining, red Malabar spinach is a fast-growing vine that has both ornamental and culinary qualities.
A native of india, rambling stems that can become thick and often require management to keep them from overtaking supports. Cover the basella rubra seeds with 1/4 inch of soil and keep the soil adequately moist. Climbing to 10 feet or more, Malabar Spinach is a lovely vine for trellises and arbors. Edible leaves grown from malabar spinach seeds can be used throughout summer and will flourish in heat and humidity. Red vine spinach requires a trellis or other support for the twining vine.
7. Gaea's Blessing #ad
Spinach Seeds with Easy to Follow Instructions Avon F-1 Hybrid Non-GMO Open Pollinated 91% Germination Rate Winter Hardy Net Wt. 5.0g, Gaea's Blessing Seeds #adGaea's Blessing #ad
- Great early to late harvests with high yield - never run out of spinach! Very cold hardy an can be harvested through part for the winter in colder states. We are committed to promoting sustainable growing methods, to protecting the biodiversity of our planet, we do not consciously buy or sell seeds that have been genetically modified.
Semi-savoy spinach that has a sprightly sweet flavor.
Spinacia oleracea - f1 hybrid - open pollinated - 42 days to maturity 20 days to baby. Very fast grower, slow to bolt with a very long harvest! Gaea’s blessing is based in illinois, and above all, to doing our best to ensure the wellness of the environment, to ensuring our customers' satisfaction.87% germination Rate for the Current Lot. As adopters of the Safe Seed Pledge, USA.
8. Unknown #ad
Malabar Mixed Spinach Seeds Red & Green 50 Seeds #adUnknown #ad
- Sow seeds ½ inches deep in seed-starting formula. Seeds are perfect for Planting in Gardens and Greenhouses. Keep the soil moist at 70 degrees F. Direct sowing is recommended or you can start growing indoors 4 weeks before last frost in individual Seed trays or pots.