You don't have to grow a whole food garden in order to have delicious, organic vegetables. Try these easy spinach plants for healthy greens grown right in your kitchen.

1  Sissoo Spinach

Fun to say and also fun to grow. It is an adorable ground cover type perennial spinach that has curling leaves and a low, mounding growth pattern. 

The sissoo spinach might surprise you with how quickly it can grow into a rather large bush if not harvested often. So, if you are adding an urban jungle to your kitchen setup, then the sissoo spinach is definitely a must-have to fill out your edible urban jungle needs. 

It’s beautiful shape and abundant leaves will be a fast favorite for any spinach lover.

2.  Longevity Spinach

Sometimes grown as a ground cover, longevity spinach also vines and can grow pretty tall if given support. So if you want something that has a bright green color, produces a lot of leaves, is easy to grow, and is super healthy and delicious this might be the spinach for you. Just be sure to give it a lot of nutrition, so that it can grow as many leaves as you can eat. 

After a few months, you can take some cuttings, and propagate an entire window full of this delicious plant. It blends well into smoothies and has a pretty mild flavor in comparison to some of the other spinaches, so this might be a preferred plant for people who might not be the biggest fan of spinach.
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach

3  Okinawan Spinach

This perennial spinach has a beautiful purple and green color, grows in an upright winding pattern, and produces a multitude of delicious, crisp leaves. The okinawan spinach makes an adorable plant for a hanging planter and will fill in quickly during the warm growing season.

In your kitchen window, you can grow it year-round, but just make sure to take cuttings, and have multiple plants growing as perennials without a rest season can have shorter lifespans and you don’t want to lose this wonderful plant.

4.  Mushroom Herb

The mushroom herb is classified as a type of spinach by many, and by looking at it, it will fit right in with the rest of the spinaches on this list. It is super easy to grow with vining stems, and the leaves have a fine, buttery taste. This is a plant that you will probably never actually make it to the dinner table because it is just that good. But that’s perfectly okay, grazing throughout the day on something that’s healthy can’t possibly be bad for you. The mushroom herb plant is definitely snack-worthy.
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach

5  Lagos Spinach

As an African spinach that does well with heavy watering, the Lagos Spinach will reward you with bright flowers that are fuzzy when the plant is happy and well-established. As a spinach perennial, it is also filled with nutrition and has narrow leaves with purple markings that seem to be a trait of a lot of perennial spinaches. 

The most colorful of all the perennial spinaches, you don’t have to choose between beauty and nutrition with this plant as it will merrily provide both with a little love and medium sunlight. 

6.  Chaya, the Mexican Tree Spinach

If you’re going for something big and bold and have a lot of space in your kitchen, the Chaya Mexican Tree Spinach may just be for you. As equally easy to grow as the other perennial spinaches, it also easy to propagate from cuttings. Just one plant can be the start of your edible kitchen forest. 

The Chaya Mexican Tree Spinach, as its namesake, grows pretty tall. You’ll definitely need a larger planter for this plant but the excitement of growing an edible tree right in your kitchen will quickly enamour you to the plant. 
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach
A large cutting of Sissoo Brazilian Spinach

7  Malabar Spinach

A beautiful, vining spinach. It is quick growing and comes in both purple and green. So if you’re looking to add a little additional color to your kitchen and love vining plants, this is a good and easy plant to try. It does well in a sunnier disposition so make sure your window gets plenty of sunlight to get happy harvests multiple times a week from this wonderful spinach. 
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