'Strawberry Spinach' seeds
Synonyms: Blitum virgatum
- Annual to 50cm
- Native to Europe
- Edible leaves & berries
Annual to 50cm. Produces long branches of green toothed leaves and red strawberry like fruits. Sweet fruit can be eaten raw or cooked and is often used in salads or preserves. Leaves & shoots can be eaten raw or cooked like spinach. Fast growing unusual herb, does well in pots or even as an ornamental plant. Also known as "Strawberry Goosefoot", "Leafy Goosefoot" or "Strawberry Blite".
Seeds per gram: 1250
Product code: D8-16
Best Months to Sow
Quick Sowing Guide
|Season||Spring and summer|
|Germination||7-14 days @ 18-22°C|
|Hardiness / Life Cycle||Half hardy Annual|
|Position||Full or part sun, well drained soil|
|Days Until Maturity||50 days|
How To Grow
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Ratings & Reviews
Strawberry SpinachStrawberry SpinachStrawberry SpiThe leaves are nice and taste like English Spinach, also seem to be a bit more heat tolerant than regular spinach The berries are somewhat bland, especially when they are not fully ripe, with a lot of small seed inside.