Spinach has many benefits to your health and contains many of the vitamins that are essential yet missing in a lot of modern diets.
Although spinach can be seasonal in some places, you are able to overcome this by growing giant winter spinach.
The giant winter spinach has been specially made to withstand cold weather hence the name and it can be planted in the late summer and fall so that you can have a crop in the early spring.
The giant winter spinach is able to withstand cold temperatures and as it is a hardy vegetable it can withstand strong winds and harsh weather where other kinds would not.
It is cheap to purchase seeds and easy enough to grow, you could even get children involved as it has been shown by statistics that even the fussiest of children will be willing to try food that they have been involved in the growing process.
If you or someone in your family is vegetarian or vegan, spinach is a great way to ensure they get the vitamins and nutrients that they may lack from not eating meat.
It means that they are able to stay healthy and get everything they need without having to take extra vitamins.
One other great benefit to growing the giant winter spinach in the winter is that birds that can become troublesome when you wish to plant seeds will have flown away to a warmer climate.
And the garden pests you usually have to contend with in the summer will have also died off or be in hiding, this means that you will be able to grow your giant winter spinach without the aid of fertilizers, which is especially great for those who are conscious about the environment.
You can now see why the giant winter spinach is such a popular strain of spinach as there are many benefits not only to your health but also the environment.
Spinach is very versatile and you can use it in warm or cold dishes to give your diet the boost it needs, as it is naturally low in fat it also has diet benefits.