Although it is true that spinach is fairly easy to plant and grow, it is typically not very easy to transplant unless you know what you are doing. If you do plan on transplanting your spinach, it will be important to make sure that the plant is buried and the leaf base is barely above the surface. It is acceptable to have the leaf base just slightly below the surface. In general spinach seeds are fairly easy to handle, but you will need to keep in mind that these plants like cool soil and they germinate in around 44 to 55 degrees.
Spinach is good at self-preservation so you will most likely not have to worry about the seed coming if the day length is too long. Because spinach is so delicate when being transplanted, it will be crucial to make sure that you do everything in your power to make sure that you are careful when putting it into another container. By taking every conceivable precaution when transplanting your spinach, you will be able to avoid it dying by the time you get it into a different pot.