Silver Ice Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
The plant produces a lot of dark green leaves with white stems, and it produces a lot of them. It has a strong flavour. Salads and steamed greens with other greens are delicious. This is a fantastic choice for home...
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Ruby Red Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
The chard 'Ruby Red' will brighten up your garden as well as your plate! It's a vigorous grower from the 1850s with a long growing season that will provide fresh greens from early summer to fall, and in mild climates...
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Rhubarb Red Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
The Royal Horticultural Society has given Chard 'Rhubarb Red' the Award of Garden Merit (AGM). The crimson-stemmed green leaves of red chard make a striking contrast in any salad. The leaves with thin stems can also be sautéed and braised....
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Rainbow Mix Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
Rainbow Swiss Chard is a popular plant that produces some of the most beautiful swiss chard leaves in shades of red, orange, purple, yellow, and white.This attractive and easy-to-grow Chard produces savoyed type leaves in various shades of green with...
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Pink Lipstick Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
Deep green leaves with hot pink veins and stems characterise Pink Swiss Chard. When picked young, it is extremely tender and adds a splash of colour to salads. Or wait until you're fully mature and the veins are a true...
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Perpetual Spinach Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
Although it is related to chard and beets, it has distinct characteristics. The leaves are flatter and more pointed than chard, with slimmer stems, and the taste is more like true spinach than ordinary chard. Long-lived in the garden, producing...
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Orange Fantasia Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
This Swiss chard's stalks, midribs, and veins are a striking and unusual bright carrot-orange colour, which contrasts beautifully with the dark green shiny leaves. Cooks love Fantasia Orange because of its savoury leaves, crisp stalks, and the way it keeps...
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Magenta Sunset Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
Magenta Sunset is a stunning chard with hot pink to magenta stems and veins and dark jade-colored foliage. Because it bolts in the summer heat, Magenta Sunset Swiss chard seeds are grown primarily for immature salad greens. Even at full...
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Lucullus Giant Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
The most well-known variety of Swiss Chard is 'Lucullus.' It has heavily crumpled leaves with wide, broad white ribs that are about twenty inches long. It can withstand hot weather and will continue to grow until the first frost. Plant...
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Large White Rib Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
The stem of the Large White Ribbed Swiss Chard is wide and flattened. This heirloom chard variety is known for its tender, thick, smooth leaves. When creamed, the Large White Ribbed can even be used in place of asparagus. the...
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Golden Sunrise Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
The stalks, midribs, and veins of this classic yellow Swiss Chard are deep golden, and the leaves are shiny, jade-green, and slightly crumpled. Aside from the rainbow hues of Bright Lights, Golden Sunrise's warm, sunny tones are quite unique. Golden...
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Canary Yellow Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
Canary Yellow Swiss chard seeds are bright oranges and yellows that add a splash of colour to spring and winter gardens. Young stalks are a deep orange colour, while older, larger stalks turn a bright yellow colour that contrasts beautifully...
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Fordhook Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
Fordhook produces thick, dark green, crisp, crumbled leaves with a broad white rib on juicy white stalks with a fine flavour. When harvested frequently, this excellent variety produces new leaves on a regular basis.Plant early and often, and you'll have...
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Barese Swiss Chard (Beta vulgaris cicla)
Barese can be grown for exceptionally tender baby greens or for an early crop of a unique type of Swiss chard when grown to maturity. Similar to pac choi, it can be harvested and sold whole. Unlike pac choi and...
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