Chard : Italian Silver Rib
Favorite of Italian cooks
Exclusive. Selected by discerning Italian cooks for clean mellow flavor, handsome vigorous plants have wide, silvery mid-ribs & crinkly, broad, deep green leaves. Great spinach alternative.Chenopodiaceae Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla
Chard: Argentata ChardArgentata Chard (55 days) Open-pollinated. Beta vulgaris (cicla group) Vigorous long-standing 2–3' plants tolerate a wide variety of weather conditions. Broad silvery-white midribs have a crispy sweet succulence and none of the oxalic aftertaste so common in other chards. The deep green savoyed leaves with a mild clean flavor are a great substitute for spinach in omelettes, pasta dishes and other casseroles.
Chard: Beta Salad Mix
A mix of the best baby leaf varieties from the beet and chard groups. This mix will revolutionize the way you think about beta greens.
Chard: Bionda Di Lyon28 days baby, 50 full size. Pale green leaves have less fiber than other chards resulting in very tender greens. For baby leaf, clip young plants just above the soil. New leaves will grow multiple harvests.
Chard: Bright Lights SB
Lightly savoyed, green or bronze leaves with stems of many colors including gold, pink, orange, purple, red, and white with bright and pastel variations. The flavor is milder than ordinary chard, with each color a bit different. Direct seed or grow from transplant which allows separating out the individual colors. Suitable for production year round, but somewhat less frost hardy than normal for chard. The late New Zealand amateur breeder John Eaton developed Bright Lights, and Johnny's selects and maintains the different color stocks and produces the seeds. AAS winner.
Chard: ChardBrilliant shades of red, orange, pink , yellow & white stalks.
Chard: Chard : RainbowOriginally from Australia, a multicolored rainbow of plants in shades of red, orange, pink, yellow, and creamy white.
Chard: Five Color Silverbeet
A beautiful chard; its colors are brilliant (pink, yellow, orange, red and white). This chard originated in Australia. Very mild, ornamental, and tasty. Great for market growers and specialty markets. Pretty enough to plant in the flower garden; so delicious!
Chard: FlamingoVivacious addition to the rainbow of Swiss Chard colors flaunts hot pink stalks and ribs in contrast with big bright green leaves. Easy to grow, mild-tasting, and has a crinkly friendly texture. Certified Organic Seed.
Chard: Flamingo Pink
Neon, hot pink chard is so pretty and is perfect picked small for salads or larger for braising.
Chard: FordhookTruly superior green chard for farm and garden, used since the 1750s. Heavily crumpled, very dark glossy green leaves contrast nicely with broad white succulent stems. Gets top marks for fine flavor and texture, also makes a nice poultry feed.
Chard: Fordhook Giant
Truly superior green chard for farm and garden, used since the 1750s. Heavily crumpled, very dark glossy green leaves contrast nicely with broad white succulent stems. Gets top marks for fine flavor and texture, also makes a nice poultry feed.
Chard: Garden LeaderBrilliant shades of red, orange, pink , yellow & white stalks.
Chard: Golden ChardA beautiful chard strain from the collection of the old Abundant Life Seed Foundation and maintained by Frank Morton of Gathering Together Farm in Philomath, OR. Striking yellow stems and veining contrast against emerald green leaves. Tender baby leaf for salads or full size for braising. 30 days baby, 55 days mature
Chard: Large Ribbed Dark Green
As mild-flavored as spinach and withstands heat better than most other greens.
Chard: Liscia Verde Da TaglioThe Italian Choice has light-green leaves with yellow chard. Thin stems and very sweet flavor. The perfect greens to grow even in hot weather
Named after the Roman general Lucius Lucullus (pronounced "lu-kul-us") who was renowned for his splendid banquets. A good source of greens for much of the growing season. In mild winters a mulch placed around the base of the plants may allow plants to over winter. Foliage is pale green with heavily crumpled leaves.
Chard: Magenta Sunset
Magenta Sunset is proof positive that your veggie patch can be as gorgeous as it is nutritious. The slim, blazing purple-red stalks reach up and cleave slender, glossy green leaves. Young leaves are smooth, and they mature slightly puckered, remaining tender and succulent throughout the year.
Chard: Mixed Colors Swiss ChardMulticolored stems brighten both vegetable and flower gardens with an attractive rainbow of colors. Stems have a mild chard flavor. Harvest in 30-60 days.
Chard: Neon Glow
Color combo of vivid Magenta Sunset and Golden Sunrise stalks that contrast beautifully with green savoyed leaves for bright color and great eating.
Chard: Neon Lights MixThe most beautiful rainbow chard you can grow, better than 'Bright Lights'. Brilliant dazzling colors with no intermediate tones. We've blended five varieties: intense red, bright orange, hot pink, sunny yellow, and pure white. Sow together in rainbow rows or transplant to group seperate colors together. The leaves of all are bright green - excellent in salads when young, or cooked any way you use spinach. Sow in early spring, and again in midsummer for a fall and winter crop.
Chard: Oriole Orange
A stunning all-orange selection, perfect for home and markets. Orange chard is just delicious.
Extremely resistant to bolting, so you can feast on these dark green succulent leaves and white stalks the entire summer. In zones 7 and higher, it can become a perennial and bear for several years. Grows to 20 inches the first year. Use raw in salads, steamed with other greens, or include in quiche or lasagna for a savory change of pace. Sow April through mid-July in well dug, fertile soil. Optimum soil temperature for germination is 50-75°F. Plant seed 1/2 inch deep, 2-3 inches apart, with 18-24 inches between rows. Days to germination: 5-14. Thin to 10-12 inches after the plants reach a height of 3 inches. When plants are about 6 inches tall, an application of 1 cup of our complete fertilizer or 1/2 cup of blood meal per 5 row feet fosters leaf growth. Starting indoors is not recommended.
Chard: Perpetual Spinach
Belongs to the same species as chard and beets, but it has distinctive differences. The taste is more like a true spinach than ordinary chard, and the leaves look like spinach too—flatter and more pointed than chard, with slimmer stems. Very longstanding in the garden, yielding from late spring through autumn if planted early. Seldom bolts during its first year.
Chard: Pot of Gold
Tasty, showy, and easy to grow, brilliant golden stems that contrast beautifully with it's deep green savoyed leaves. Perfect choice for container growing. Highly ornamental.
Chard: Rainbow Beet
New rainbow colored: orange, purple, yellow and white. This Australian heirloom is tender and tasty, though somewhat less frost tolerant than regular chard. 28 days for baby greens, 55 days mature beets.
Chard: Rainbow Bright Lights
1999 AAS winner! Highly ornamental, tender brightly colored stalks with mild sweet flavor in a rainbow of colors, all with succulent dark green leaves.
Originally from Australia, a multicolored rainbow of plants in shades of red, orange, pink, yellow, and creamy white.
Chard: Rainbow Mix Chard
Brilliant shades of red, orange, pink , yellow & white stalks.
Chard: Red Ruby
Red Ruby is a popular red-stemmed chard. The dark-green leaves have crimson-red stalks and veins. Also called Rhubarb Chard, it makes a nice ornamental addition to any garden and has been in use since 1857. Eat it fresh or use like spinach.
Chard: rhubarbA beautiful addition to any garden. Worth growing for the color alone. Foliage is dark green on ruby red stalks.
Chard: Ruby Red
A beautiful addition to any garden. Worth growing for the color alone. Foliage is dark green on ruby red stalks.
Chard: Scarlet Charlotte
This new variety of an American classic delights the eye and appetite with its crunchy stalks of magenta red contrasting perfectly with the sweet green savoyed leaves. This hardy chard's vibrant color lights up the flower bed or the kitchen.
Chard: swis chard rainbowA mix of the best baby leaf varieties from the beet and chard groups. This mix will revolutionize the way you think about beta greens.
Chard: Swiss Chard Bright LightsThis stunning chard seed mix has stems in gold, pink and crimson. A few plants will be white and pink striped, orange, scarlet, purple, green and white. All are delicious to eat, though they are at their best harvested young for salads. GARDEN HINTS: Easy to grow; eat it like spinach or beet greens. Pick from late spring until winter. Grows best in full sun and will tolerate light shade
Chard: Swiss Chard SilveradoThis stunning chard seed mix has stems in gold, pink and crimson. A few plants will be white and pink striped, orange, scarlet, purple, green and white. All are delicious to eat, though they are at their best harvested young for salads. GARDEN HINTS: Easy to grow; eat it like spinach or beet greens. Pick from late spring until winter. Grows best in full sun and will tolerate light shade
An improved rhubarb chard developed in Switzerland. Very attractive and uniform red chard; this variety has great flavor and is perfect for marketing.
Chard: White GiantRich, bright green, crumpled leaves are thick, fleshy and make the most tender "greens".
Chard: White Giant BurpeeRich, bright green, crumpled leaves are thick, fleshy and make the most tender "greens".
Beautiful green leaves with golden-orange contrasting stem. Used in ornamental edible landscaping. Delicious raw as baby leaves, best steamed when larger.