How To Grow Spinach In Pots At Home

If you love Spinach, you’ll be excited to learn the correct way to grow it from seed at home. We have a video tutorial to show you how.

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There are plenty of reasons to eat spinach and the health benefits are numerous, to say the least. Today we are excited to share with you how to grow Spinach at home in pots.

You will learn the full process from seed to harvest and it couldn’t be easier. Once you are familiar with the process, you can learn how to cook the proper way so that you retain all the nutrients. After today, there will be no need to buy store-bought again!

via Web MD

Health Benefits Of Spinach

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Before we dive into the video tutorial, we thought we would share this interesting infographic with you. As you can see there are plenty of reasons to up your Spinach intake. It is low in calories, helps prevent osteoporosis and arthritis, and is packed with anti-oxidants.

Spinach is also known to be full of vitamins and minerals and is fiber-rich too. An easy way to get your daily intake is to add it to your smoothie.

How To Grow Spinach At Home

by Urban Gardening

In this video, you will be shown how to layer your pot, plant your seeds, water correctly, and harvest.

You can use any container or pot for this DIY and in the video, you will be shown an update on Day 25. You will be amazed at how much your Spinach has grown. Click Play above to view ^

How To Grow Spinach Instructions

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Firstly, be sure that the pot that you intend to use has holes for drainage. The base layer should be gravel.

You will then mix up a 60% potting mix and 40% compost.

When you are planting your seeds, don’t overlap them. This will stunt their growth.

The final step is to cover them with a combination of potting mix and water. It is vital that you don’t overwater as shown in the video.

Once your spinach is ready to harvest you can use it in all sorts of delicious recipes like Spinach Balls and Spinach and Feta Pinwheels.

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