Horned Teragon

$ 11.55

Also known as New Zealand spinach, Its leaves are crunchy with a slightly iodized taste and a hint of bitterness. This hardy spinach tolerates heat of summer without bolting. IT IS A VEGETABLE FULL OF NUTRITIONAL VIRTUES! Rich in vitamin B1, B2, C, and mineral salts, it will give you tone. Rich in water and fiber, it facilitates intestinal transit. Low in calories, it is a popular vegetable in diets. It has the same properties as common spinach, is eaten and grown in the same way. These leaves can be eaten raw or cooked.

Sowing: April to June

50 seeds approximately

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Horned Teragon – Heirloom Seeds / Rare seeds

Sowing: April to June

Harvest: July to October

Soak the seeds for 12 hours before sowing to facilitate germination. Sowing under cover: In April place 2 to 3 seeds per bucket in seed compost at a temperature of 15/20° night and day, keep humid. After the Saints-de-glace, transplant your tetragonium plants when they have reached about 10 cm, one plant every 60 cm in all directions. Water regularly. The plant does not require any particular maintenance. Location: Choose a sunny location. The soil should be rich, cool and light. Harvest: 2 to 3 months after sowing. From June to October Direct sowing in the ground: You can also choose to sow them directly in the ground from May, when all risk of frost has passed and the earth will already be warmed. Place 2 or 3 seeds per hole. when they have reached about 10 cm, keep a plant every 60 cm in all directions, choose the most beautiful. Friendly plants: spinach, asparagus, onion, radish, tomatoes, cabbage, strawberries You will harvest the well-developed leaves of New Zealand spinach one by one with a knife . Do not cut the stems or small leaves near the heart of the plant. Its only enemy is the cold and especially the frost.

About 50 seeds

Additional information

Weight 0.04 lbs


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