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Organic Rainbow Swiss Chard



 
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HEIRLOOM A vivid mix of crimson, grapefruit, tangerine, gold and silver stems with leaves that range from lime green to dark purple-green. We sow Rainbow Chard in early spring with our peas and enjoy this same planting all the way to Thanksgiving.


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Organic Rainbow Swiss Chard HEIRLOOM A vivid mix of crimson, grapefruit, tangerine, gold and silver stems with leaves that range from lime green to dark purple-green. We sow Rainbow Chard in early spring with our peas and enjoy this same planting all the way to Thanksgiving. Remarkably abundant with an upright growth habit, Rainbow Chard is equally ornamental as it is deliciously practical.

25 days for salad greens
50 days to full leaf
Beta vulgaris

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Incredibly abundant and hardy! March 28, 2017
Reviewer: Anya from Colorado  
Swiss chard grown from these seeds exceeded all my expectations! I grew it while living in Tanzania, East Africa, in the midst of a dry season. The rest of my vegetables were decimated by aphids or were stunted, but we had a harvest of swiss chard every day. Incredibly drought resistant - bounced back up every evening, crunchy, delicious, no diseases or pests touched it! I've already planted more from last year's seeds for this spring and the germination rates were great! (in some cases 4 plants from 1 seed)

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Chard January 11, 2017
Reviewer: Mark Erbelding from Rochester, NY United States  
Beautiful colors

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