Net Wt. 4 grams (Approx 100 to 115 seeds)
This tasty and fascinating heirloom veggie has been grown since the 1770's, and is valued because of its high vitamin C content. It is not related to true spinach but looks and tastes similar. It is a low-growing, weak-stemmed leafy plant that can spread several feet wide and grow to one foot tall. It does not bolt in hot weather nor typically turn bitter. Can be grown as a perennial in warmer climates.