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: Chard

Chard is the same species as Beet, but is grown for its foliage rather than the root. It is one of the easiest vegetables to grow, very productive, little bothered by pests or disease and resistant to both heat and cold. It is an almost foolproof cool weather potherb for the small garden. Chard is cultivated in much the same way as Beet, though it is somewhat easier to grow as it only has to produce edible foliage. Chard can also be grown as a decorative plant for the whole family to enjoy in the garden and one the kids can enjoy harvesting.


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: Flamingo Pink

Neon, hot pink chard is so pretty and is perfect picked small for salads or larger for braising.


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: Lucullus

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: Neon Glow

Simply WOW in the garden. Our eye-catching color combo has gorgeous magenta and gold stalks in vivid colors that contrast beautifully with deep-green savoyed leaves. Neon Glow Chard was carefully selected from multicolored New Zealand heirloom Chard, so you'll find its flavor sweeter and milder tasting than ordinary green varieties. Grow this edible landscaping beauty for bright color and delicious eating over a long season. A striking addition to both vegetable and flower beds.


Chard: Pot of Gold

Tasty, showy, and easy to grow, our Pot of Gold Chard has brilliant golden stems that contrast beautifully with its deep green savoyed leaves. It's a perfect choice for container growing because it is delicious, reliable and highly ornamental. These vigorous plants thrive in all climate zones to grace patio or small space gardens. They are also a striking addition to mixed beds and borders. You will enjoy mild flavored, crunchy chard in the kitchen from spring through late fall.


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

Our unique, All America award winning chard dons a coat of many colors! The green leaves and crunchy stalks come in a vivid rainbow of yellow, crimson, gold, pink and white with an occasional gorgeous stem of orange. Originally from New Zealand heirloom stock, Bright Lights chard has a sweeter and milder flavor than ordinary varieties. Grow this tasty, nutritious and highly ornamental new variety for delicious eating over a long season of productive harvests.


Chard: Rainbow (Five Color Silverbeet)

Originally from Australia, a multicolored rainbow of plants in shades of red, orange, pink, yellow, and creamy white.


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: 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

Our brand new variety of this American classic will delight both your eye and appetite the wide crunchy stalks and leafy veins are a gorgeous magenta red that contrasts perfectly with the deep green savoyed leaves. This highly ornamental and weather tolerant chard's vibrant color lights up the garden and will be equally at home in both your vegetable and flower beds. In the kitchen, the pretty leaves and stalks are versatile, succulent and good tasting.


Chard: Vulcan

An improved rhubarb chard developed in Switzerland. Very attractive and uniform red chard; this variety has great flavor and is perfect for marketing.


Chard: Yellow

Beautiful green leaves with golden-orange contrasting stem. Used in ornamental edible landscaping. Delicious raw as baby leaves, best steamed when larger.