Leaf Spinach Uteusha Fresh Seeds, Food, Spinach, Vegetable, Green Color, Horizontal - Easy to Grow
Agriculture, Asia, Botany, Cut Out, Food,
Freshness, Horizontal, Ingredient, Leaf
Uteusha spinach (sorrel) is an interspecific hybrid of English spinach with Tian Shan sorrel. It is a powerful food, medicinal, energy and fodder plant. The culture is very early ripe and cold resistant and has a high content of protein, sugar, carotene, fiber, pectin, vitamins, trace elements (sodium, potassium, magnesium, iron, iodine). The main value of the plant is its use in early spring. At one place can grow up to 10 years. Spinach leaves are used to make borscht, soups, cabbage soups, salads, and to prepare second courses. It is recommended for iron deficiency anemia, hypovitaminosis A and C, chemical intoxication, atherosclerosis and other diseases. Healthy Eating, Lettuce, Organic salad.
How to plant: Sow in a sunny location, in average, well-draining soil. Sow about 12 seeds per foot in a row, or sprinkle over a wide row or bed. Sow seeds ½ inch deep, compress gently into soil, and water lightly. Seedlings emerge in about 7-14 days, depending on conditions. Soil should stay below 70º F for good germination. When seedlings are about 1 - 2 inches tall, thin them to be about 4 - 6 inches apart. Please note, do not thin baby spinach.