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Swiss Chard Bright Lights
[VEG071R]

Swiss Chard Bright Lights
Stems of many colours including gold, pink, orange, purple, red and white, with bright and pastel variations. Lightly savoy coloured green or bronze leaves. Stunning bunched, and baby leaves are a natural salad mix. The taste is milder than ordinary chard, with each colour a bit different. Colourful bedding and other ornamental possibilities abound. If grown from plug trays rather than direct sown, individual colours can be separated out. Suitable for production year round, but somewhat less frost hardy than normal chard. Enough seed for a 80ft row with a plant spacing of 1ft (30cm). RHS Award of Garden Merit

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Beta vulgaris General Sowing information: Sow in cold frame early spring for transplanting after frosts. Or direct sow late spring in shallow drills, thin to 30 to 45cm apart and 45cm between rows. can be cropped until following spring. Second sowing late summer will give crops until early summer following year. Dual purpose - for bedding and culinary use


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