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
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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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
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
Pink-veined baby leaves are excellent in salad mix.
Pink-veined baby leaves are excellent in salad mix.
28 baby, 55 bunching
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