Vegetables Swiss Chard
Swiss Chard
Swiss Chard
Swiss Chard is a very versatile, close relative of garden beets. It is easy to grow, and will provide fresh greens all season from one sowing. Chard can be used at baby-leaf or full-size stage, and is also popular in mixed ornamental containers.
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AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Bright Lights
The gold standard for multicolored Swiss chard.
The gold standard for multicolored Swiss chard.
28 baby; 55 bunching
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Bright Lights
Signature multicolored mix. Conventional seed; NOP-compliant pellet.
JSS signature multicolored mix. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pelleting.
28 baby, 55 bunching
Candy-apple red stems with dark green, red-veined leaves.
Take advantage of our overstock position! Candy-apple red stems with dark green, red-veined leaves.
32 baby; 59 bunching
All yellow for baby leaf or full size bunches.
All yellow for baby leaf or full size bunches.
30 baby, 57 bunching
The standard green Swiss chard.
The standard green Swiss chard.
25 baby, 50 bunching
Dwarf variety for whole-plant harvest or babyleaf.
Dwarf variety for whole-plant harvest or babyleaf.
25 baby, 45 full size
Pink-veined baby leaves are excellent in salad mix.
Pink-veined baby leaves are excellent in salad mix.
28 baby, 55 bunching
Candy-apple red stems with dark-green, red-veined leaves.
Candy-apple red stems with dark-green, red-veined leaves.
32 baby, 59 bunching
The standard green Swiss chard.
The standard green Swiss chard.
25 baby, 50 bunching
Eye-catching pink and white striped stems.
Eye-catching pink and white striped stems.
33 baby, 60 bunching
Golden-orange stems with dark-green, medium-savoyed leaves.
Golden-orange stems with dark-green, medium-savoyed leaves.
30 baby, 60 bunching
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