Giant Nobel Spinach

5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)



Approximate seeds per pack: 150
Days till maturity: 43

Giant nobel spinach is a favorite around our garden. This heirloom spinach handles the coldest weather and is the first thing we plant in the spring. Large leaves and a tender texture make it an excellent addition to a spring salad mix or even eaten as a spinach salad. Delicious raw, steamed, or cooked, this spinach is delicious, not stringy, and not bitter at all!

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Weight.04 oz

3 reviews for Giant Nobel Spinach

  1. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I’m sitting here eating a spinach salad from my very first harvest, and I’m super excited about how good these plants turned out!

    I ordered the seeds thinking it would be a fairly easy thing to grow (plus I love spinach salad). I didn’t really know what I was doing, so my soil was all wrong. Then, it turned out to be an unusually hot spring for us down here, and to top it all off, I didn’t really fully understand just how MUCH water they needed for a long time.

    And yet, somehow I still got nearly 100% germination (and it’s very likely the last seed that didn’t sprout was stolen by a bird or something), and not only that, but they survived and grew like gangbusters, and even made it through a slug attack while I fumbled my way through what to do about that. 🙂

    I just harvested the first leaves, and I wasn’t sure to expect since this was such a learning year for me, but they taste amazing! Not even a trace of bitterness, which I was cautioned to expect with the unusually warm weather we’ve had… This fall I’m going to dedicate a whole garden bed to them, because I can tell I’m going to run out before I ever get tired of eating salads. 🙂

    Anyway, I can highly recommend these seeds! Even if you’re a garden n00b like me.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I bought these last year and planted them with great results. Huge, extremely tasty raw, and cooked. Great germination.
    I eat these right in the garden,they taste so good. Thank you for introducing me to this variety . It tastes better than any other variety I’ve tried. I planted this in the fall and over- wintered it under low tunnels and I’ve been eating spinach for months!

  3. 5 out of 5

    I planted these in the fall every seed came up… Was it just me or was these kind of sweet? I sauteed these in a pan with garlic and onions.

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