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Bloomsdale Longstanding Spinach
'Bloomsdale Longstanding' spinach.
Bloomsdale Longstanding Spinach
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Bloomsdale Longstanding

45 days — An old garden standard spinach variety, 'Bloomsdale Longstanding', also sold as 'Bloomsdale Long Standing', is an early maturing variety with dark green colored, crumpled leaves. This variety "stands well," that is, it does not bolt as fast in hot weather, and therefore can be sown in spring or fall.

'Bloomsdale' spinach was originally released by D. Landreth & Company in the 19th Century. "Bloomsdale" was the name of Landreth's farm in Bristol, Pennsylvania which they moved to in 1847.

'Long Standing Bloomsdale' is an old improved variety selected for its slow bolting trait and introduced in 1925 by Zwaan and Van der Molen, Voorburg, Netherlands.[1] Each packet contains four grams, which is approximately 300 seeds.

  1. "Descriptions of Types of Principal American Varieties of Spinach," USDA Miscellaneous Publication No. 316, October, 1938
Customer Reviews Average Rating review
Great flavor and very abundant!
I had very bad results with germination with this spinach outside. So I tried again indoors and most of the seeds germinated and transplants easily. Great flavor and very abundant!
Reviewed by: Rachel Lewis from Missouri. on 2/6/2015
Takes the heat
I have grown this spinach for a couple of springs and it does well in central Texas were we go through spring in only a few weeks. I plant in January or February so the plants are ready to grow fast once the warm weather hits. Being slow to bolt it is a good producer.
Reviewed by: Tracy Frank from Beautiful Downtown Edge, TX. on 4/12/2014
Good Harvest
New to gardening, but had good success with this spinach. Planted in the fall and harvested in late spring. Great for salads.
Reviewed by: Andrew Yates from Ky. on 5/30/2012
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