The Spinach Corvair is known for growing to a height and width of approximately 60 cm (1.95 feet). In order to plant it correctly you should plant it in an area with full sun and remember not to water the plant to much, also the seeds need to be sowed about a quarter of an inch in depth. When planting a Corvair you must be aware of the soil, sun, ph (a measure of the acidity or basicity of an aqueous solution), and water. Spinach Corvairs have dark green, oval-shaped, thick leaves that are upright in stature. The Corvair usually prefers temperatures from 50 degrees to 60 degrees. It takes about 7 to 14 weeks for the emergence of the plant. It takes a good 40 days for the plant to grow completely, but in that 40 days you shouldn't water it too much, and make sure the plant has all the sunlight it can get.
I hope you enjoy learning how the garden changes throughout the school year.