Spinach New Zealand is a trailing ground cover plant with a distinctive flavour, that are milder in younger leaves. Spinach New Zealand thrives in warm weather and is a rich source of vitamin A, C, K and iron. Hardy and disease resistant, Spinach New Zealand is a nice ground cover plant with a distinctive flavour.
Sow late Winter through to Summer – all year in warm regions, 12mm deep directly in cropping position, with 45cm between rows and 30cm between plants. Soaking seeds in warm water prior to planting may assist germination. Seedlings emerge 10-21 days.
When To Plant
North Island: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
South Island: Jan, Feb, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec