60 days. With stems of red, yellow, rose, gold, and white, Bright Lights is a visual feast in your ornamental beds, in your vegetable garden, and at your dinner table. It has lightly savoyed leaves, of burgundy and green, grows up to 20 inches tall, and is mild flavored. What a colorful accent for any meal! An AAS winner.
Bright yellow stems and leaf veins contrast with deep green leaves. Decorticated (rubbed), sized seeds. Avg. 20,500 seeds/lb. Packet: 200 seeds.
The leaves are medium green and savoyed (crinkled) with white veins and broad, white stems. Decorticated (rubbed), sized seeds. Packet: 200 seeds.
60 days. Succulent celery-like stalks support large, dark green, very savoyed, fleshy leaves. The delicate pale green 8-10 inch stalks are wonderfully tender and juicy. Overall, plants reach 22 inches. Cut up fresh leaves like confetti for salads, steam whole leaves with other greens, substitute for grape leaves in dolmas, or chop and add to savory rolls and biscuits. A cold-hardy variety that is also tolerant to heat.
60 days. Add a flash of gold to your salads. This specialty heirloom strain starts out as emerald green baby leaves with yellow stems and veins. The yellow intensifies to a rich golden color at maturity. Mild and sweet. Grows to 20-24 inches tall.
Mild and sweet! Savoyed leaves top pale ivory celery-like stalks. 60 DAYS. If the current shipping season is closed, your order will ship at the proper time in the next season.
Easy-grow, nutritious white stalks and ribs with dark leaves.
At full size, the narrow pink stems and smooth leaves have a mild flavor. Decorticated (rubbed), sized seeds. Avg. 35,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 200 seeds.
53-60 days. Who says vegetable gardens can't be beautiful too? 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.
50 days. 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.
60 days for mature greens, 30 days for baby greens. El Dorado is a wonderful golden-orange-stemmed variety, the bright color extending along the veins in every dark green leaf. Very slow to bolt, frost-tolerant, and vigorous, it's a great choice for plate appeal as well as big, dependable yields!El Dorado sports mature leaves of deep green, beautifully savoyed, glossy, and reaching 16 inches high on strong stems. Boasting a delicious crunch that improves with a touch of frost, this chard is delectable whether lightly steamed or integrated into soups and stews.If you like baby veggies, El Dorado is an excellent…
The best tasting red chard! This plant has red stems and veins with green leaves and stands well in conditions without bolting. The taste is mild, juicy and delicious with no harsh aftertastes unlike most red chards. High tolerance to downy mildew. 50 days from sowing for 'baby leaf'. Z3-9. 50 days.
Exciting mixture offers brightly colored stems in classic red, white, pink, violet, green, gold, orange, yellow and some even striped! Crowned with large foliage of green or bronze. Guaranteed to brighten the vegetable patch. Deliciously mild flavor. Packed with nutritional content. 85 days.
60 days. These brilliantly-colored stems are so beautiful that you may forget to harvest the succulent, sweet leaves! Electric yellows, pinks, crimsons, oranges, purples, whites, and greens -- some even striped! -- festoon the 20-inch stems. Many keep their color even after cooking, and all are delightfully festive!Great in containers and showy enough for the flower garden, Bright Lights received an AAS award and is already a classic asked for by name in nurseries and garden centers. Like all Swiss Chard, it grows readily from seed, and will regrow if leaves are cut back to 2 inches from the crown.…
All-America Winner. This 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.
Ready to harvest in about 60 days. Dark green, thick, tender leaves. Heavy yield even in hot weather. Burpee bred. Easy to grow; eat it like spinach or beet greens. Pick from late spring till winter. 100 seeds sows 20 ft of row. Grows best in full sun, tolerates partial shade.
Very ornamental in vegetable beds and in pots. These leafy greens are exceptionally durable, keeping attractive edible foliage from spring through summer and fall. Vigorous bunches of broad, nicely veined leaves can stand heat and light frost without bolting, if given adequate watering. Pick young, small leaves for salads and chop up bigger leaves for stir-fries and other dishes that use beet greens or spinach. Sow seeds where they are to grow in early spring or late summer.
60 days. Crimson stalks with glossy green, crinkled leaves. Burpee bred. Easy to grow; eat it like spinach or beet greens. Pick from late spring till winter. 100 seeds sows 20 ft of row. Proven tops for performance, flavor and wide adaptability. Grows best in full sun, tolerates partial shade.
(aka Rainbow Chard) Australian heirloom from Digger’s Garden Club. Ornamental technicolor mixture of Swiss chards with shades of red, orange, purple, yellow, and white. Seed crops of all the different colors are grown in isolation to maintain a proper balance of colors. Tender and delicious. 50-60 days. Sow seeds outdoors in early spring when soil temperature is at least 50°F. Can also be started indoors 5-6 weeks before transplanting out. Grows best in full sun but tolerates partial shade. Swiss chard withstands light frost.
One of the eye-catching colors that comprises Five Color Silverbeet. Golden stems and veins contrast beautifully with dark green glossy leaves. Uniform and productive strain. 50-60 days. Sow seeds outdoors in early spring when soil temperature is at least 50°F. Can also be started indoors 5-6 weeks before transplanting out. Grows best in full sun but tolerates partial shade. Swiss chard withstands light frost.
The 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.
A sweet and tender, festive combination of red- and white-stalked Swiss Chards. Swiss Chard Ruby Red with apple-red stalks and crinkly, dark green leaves is delightful mixed with Burpee's White Giant with thick white stalks. Very ornamental in vegetable beds and in pots. These leafy greens are exceptionally durable, keeping attractive edible foliage from spring through summer and fall. Vigorous bunches of broad, nicely veined leaves can stand heat and light frost without bolting, if given adequate watering. Pick young, small leaves for salads and chop up bigger leaves for stir-fries and other dishes that use beet greens or spinach.…
(60-70 days) Very large (20-26”), dark green, white-veined leaves are deeply savoyed atop short, broad stems. Superb mixed with other colors!
I have a Karen Triplett Rhoda and it does not bloom. It has bloomed in the past but probably not for a past several years. Not sure what I need to do? It's in well drained soil has morning and late afternoon sun. It has healthy looking leaves. Any suggestions?