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Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard is best sown directly in the Spring to early Summer while soil warmed but not hot. Sow seeds 0.5 inches deep in rows 16-22 inches apart. Sow closely together later thin 5-7 inches apart. Use the thinned out plants as baby greens. Swiss Chard has good tolerance to hot weather, but the best results are grown in cool to moderate temperatures. Swiss Chard is great at all stages of growth, clipped young for fresh greens/salads or mature for leaves cooked like spinach.



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"NEW" Swiss Chard Da Coste Rhubarb

"NEW" Swiss Chard Da Coste Rhubarb

This is an extremely unusual variety very popular in Europe. The leaves have a bright green hue and are very savoyed in texture. Somewhat similar to...
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Swiss Chard Da Taglio

Swiss Chard Da Taglio

Upright superb heirloom variety with medium length leaves which are smooth and green in colour. The ribs are narrow and light green. Excellent green...
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Swiss Chard Bianca Di Leone 2

Swiss Chard Bianca Di Leone 2

Slow bolting heirloom green chard which may be harvested for individual stems or harvested as a whole plant. Broad white stems support heavily...
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Swiss Chard Costa Argentata 2

Swiss Chard Costa Argentata 2

A popular and well known heirloom Swiss Chard. This vigorous variety is noted for its dark green deeply savoyed leaves and thick white stems. Plants...
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Swiss Chard Costa Verde Barese

Swiss Chard Costa Verde Barese

Upright heirloom variety with long broad slightly savoyed leaves, deep green in colour with thick white stems. The rib section is large flat and...
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