Here it is the end of July, and I am still enjoying a steady supply of beautiful, tender spinach leaves that are now growing faster than I can eat them! Although it is not a true spinach but a vine, the taste is spot on and the texture may be better. Some of the lower leaves are 8-10 inches in diameter but are as tender as the newest leaves. I make make some pigs in blankets or tamales out of them! The older leaves even have a delightful sour flavor to them, but no bitterness. Here's the kicker: it has been nearly 100 degrees for the past weeks in my greenhouse and the spinach just grows stronger! I have read that this stuff loves the heat and it's no lie, but to remain unchanged in flavor when other lettuces are long gone to seed in unbelievable. I encourage everyone to plant this stuff. If you have a fence, let it cover it. Apparently it will reseed itself for next year, too.