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Post  jarity on 7/9/2015, 8:04 am

hi,
i am seeking perpetual spinach. to buy or trade for.
i have various pole beans rattle snake and yard long. packs are open. various asian greens and some late plants like early fall rapini under broccoli raab (not opened)
and quite a few others. some opened some not. all newely purchased this year.
thanks
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Post  Marc Iverson on 7/9/2015, 12:28 pm

Just in case you don't get any takers, an FYI -- It is my understanding from reading a seed packet in the store a while back that perpetual spinach is actually a kind of chard. So if you can't find perpetual spinach, you might still find what you want somewhere by looking for perpetual chard, which I've also seen on racks here and there.
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Post  jarity on 7/9/2015, 1:35 pm

thanx Marc,
i also have seen it under the names of Leaf Beet,Spinach Beet,perpetual spinach,etc. my normal spinach has bolted and this substitute is supposed to tolerate the hot weather.it is actually a chard as U so stated. have ordered and they sent me a "detroit dark red beet" which i am returning. I have found it but did not want to pay $3.50 to 4.00 shiping for one seed package.
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