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Sow outside 1-2 weeks after average last frost and when soil temperatures are at least 65ºF.
Soaking seeds in warm water for two to eight hours prior to sowing helps soften the seed coat and improve germination results. Additionally, it can take a couple of weeks for germination to occur (depending on weather). Keep soil moist until germination occurs.
Staggering planting by 2-3 weeks will allow for a continuous harvest.
New Zealand spinach is prized for its high vitamin C content.
Cut 3" - 4" leaves as needed. Do this on a continual basis to encourage more young, tender growth.
Plant with strawberries, tomatoes.