Swiss Chard

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Packet: 4 g (approximately 200 seeds) sows 25'.

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Lucullus Swiss Chard 28 g

Lucullus Swiss Chard 28 g

50 days. [~1914. Named after the Roman general Lucius Lucullus (pronounced “lu- kul-us”) who was renowned for his splendid banquets.] Large, pale green leaves with thick white stems and heavily crumpled leaves. (28 g)
$5.50

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Lucullus Swiss Chard 4 g

Lucullus Swiss Chard 4 g

50 days. [~1914. Named after the Roman general Lucius Lucullus (pronounced “lu- kul-us”) who was renowned for his splendid banquets.] Large, pale green leaves with thick white stems and heavily crumpled leaves. Pkt (4 g).
$2.25

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Rainbow (Five Color Silverbeet) Swiss Chard 28 g

Rainbow (Five Color Silverbeet) Swiss Chard 28 g

60 days. Originally from Australia, a multicolored rainbow of plants in shades of red, orange, pink, yellow, and creamy white. (28 g)
$7.50

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Rainbow (Five Color Silverbeet) Swiss Chard 4 g

Rainbow (Five Color Silverbeet) Swiss Chard 4 g

60 days. Originally from Australia, a multicolored rainbow of plants in shades of red, orange, pink, yellow, and creamy white. Pkt (4 g).
$2.75

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Ruby Red (Rhubarb Chard) Swiss Chard 28 g

Ruby Red (Rhubarb Chard) Swiss Chard 28 g

55 days. A beautiful addition to any garden, worth growing for the color alone. Foliage is dark green on ruby- red stalks. More frost tolerant than other chards, plants are especially striking in cold weather. (28 g)
$5.50

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Ruby Red (Rhubarb Chard) Swiss Chard 4 g

Ruby Red (Rhubarb Chard) Swiss Chard 4 g

55 days. A beautiful addition to any garden, worth growing for the color alone. Foliage is dark green on ruby- red stalks. More frost tolerant than other chards, plants are especially striking in cold weather. Pkt (4 g).
$2.50

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