Spinach is tricky. It’s always a race to use it fresh before it gets hot and either dies or bolts.
I bought some Olympia F1 seed from Territorial this year, and it’s the best I’ve ever grown for resisting bolting. It did eventually bolt, but I had plenty of time to harvest a good amount of spinach before that, and the plants didn’t die back even when temperatures climbed into the 90s. I eventually pulled them so I could plant lettuce in its place.
Our garden is doing pretty good considering we got a late start on planting this year. Spinach is already gone. Swiss chard is ready, cucumbers, okra, and zucchini are producing. We have a mix of peppers, jalapeno, poblano, scotch bonnets, Tibetan red chiles, & chicken claw peppers.
Pumpkins are coming along nicely
Picked these two monsters today…beer for scale