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Food Forest "Spinach" Collection

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Food Forest "Spinach" Collection

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Here is  perennial chard option that will live for 2-3+ years we got from Cicada Seeds "This population was developed by Telsing Andrews in Ottawa. She started with an open cross of several leaf-be...
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Chenopodium Bonus-Henricus / Blitum Bonus-Henricus Good King Henry is a perennial hardy spinach analog related to quinoa. Leaves can be harvested and cooked like spinach and taste rich. Good Kin...
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This is a very easy plant to grow, that can spread. The leaf tips can be cooked like spinach and the seeds can be sprouted and eaten. Its grows many tall, slender shoots, and has pretty white flo...
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Alternanthera sissoo Sissoo Spinach, also known as Brazillian Spinach, is tropical to subtropical edible perennial herb. It grows vigorously as a ground cover or a small shrub. Sissoo Spinach's ...
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This is a perennial tree crop that needs at least 8 months of warm weather per year and does not do well with cold climates. The leaves and the roots are edible, though there is certain culinary ...
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Hablitzia, or Caucasian Mountain Spinach, is a perennial, vining vegetable, hardy to zone 3. It is grown for its delicious leaves and shoots . Likes full sun but can handle partial shade. In natu...
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Gynura procumbens, A wonderful perennial green hardy from zones 9-11. Though not a true spinach "longevity spinach" or "longevity greens", is an edible vine found in China, Southeast Asia, and Afr...
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Basella rubra var Big Round Leaf Large, mild-flavored big round green leaves. The mild flavor makes this malabar spinach equally good cooked or fresh, with a slight citrus or acidic flavor. The l...
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Tetragonia tetragonoides While not a true spinach, New Zealand spinach produces leaves that are very similar in flavor. This variety has a high Vitamin C content and can be grown in a range of clim...
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Wonderful edible groundcover much like the longevity spinach, but can handle more shade hardy from zones 9-11. The bottom of the leaves are beautiful purple. This is sprawling beast in the garden...
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Beta Vulagaris spp Maritima The sea spinach/beet/ancient chard is the wild ancestor of common vegetables such as chard, beetroot, sugar beet. It most resembles a chard and is also referred to as w...
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A variety of chard that cooks and tastes more closely to spinach than to chard. It can withstand heat and rarely goes to seed 1st year. One of our favorite chard and very tender.
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Basella rubra var Red Malabar Large, mild-flavored green leaves with scarlet stems look terrific climbing up a trellis or fence ! It is also a great indoor plant in a hanging pot.The thick, dark gr...
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