How do you grow baby spinach?


To grow baby spinach, plant the seeds in the spring or late fall. Space the seeds about 1.5 to 2 feet apart. Cover them lightly with soil and keep them watered. You should see the plants in about a week or two. Thin out the seedlings to about 0.5 feet apart when the plants are about 0.5 inch tall. The roots of spinach aren't very deep, so you'll need to water the plants often. They're ready to harvest when they're about three inches tall.
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