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Spinach / Swiss Chard

Spinach / Swiss Chard
From the smallest to the largest varieties for you to choose from in a range of colours. All heirloom, Heiritage and Open Pollinated. Click on each image to see the full growing guide.
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Bloomsdale - Spinacia oleracea - 100 Seeds

Bloomsdale - Spinacia oleracea - 100 Seeds

R20.00

The old standard since 1925, it is slow to bolt in the heat. Cold hardy variety that can handle light frosts. 42 days to harvest under good care.

Canary Yellow Swiss Chard - Beta vulgaris - 70 Seeds

Canary Yellow Swiss Chard - Beta vulgaris - 70 Seeds

R20.00

Used as normal spinach is used, but with a real wow factor. Boiling this yellow variety will make the yellow go very pale or disappear, If you want the yellow showing on the table then use it in salads or anywhere where you would use raw spinach.

Flamingo Pink Swiss Chard - Beta vulgaris - 70 Seeds

Flamingo Pink Swiss Chard - Beta vulgaris - 70 Seeds

R20.00

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Used as normal spinach is used, but with a real wow factor. Boiling this pink variety of swiss chard will make the pink go very pale or disappear, If you want the pink showing on the table then use it in salads or anywhere where you would use raw spinach.

Fordshook Giant Swiss Chard - Beta vulgaris - 100 Seeds

Fordshook Giant Swiss Chard - Beta vulgaris - 100 Seeds

R18.00

The ultimate of all the chard varieties. This swiss chard always delivers. Super cold hardy, massive crinkled dark green leaves that just come again and again after picking. This one comes highly recommended, an absolute must in the garden for a constant supply of this versatile vegetable.

Lucullus - Beta vulgaris - 50 Seeds

Lucullus - Beta vulgaris - 50 Seeds

R20.00

Swiss Chard is easy to grow and can be sown outdoors from mid-spring to mid-summer. Pick from late spring to summer and eat it like spinach or beet greens. Introduced around 1914, from French spinach varieties by 19th century seed catalogue publishers.

Orange Fantasia - Beta vulgaris - 50 Seeds

Orange Fantasia - Beta vulgaris - 50 Seeds

R20.00

Absolute eye candy. Orange Fantasia's colouring displays best when the leaf is held up to sunlight, As with all chard varieties it is a strong grower and picking the leaves from the outside of the plant allows room for new leaves to grow larger. Plant a variety of chards and spinaches for versatility of use and adding an array of colour to your vegetable garden.

Rainbow Spinach - Beta vulgaris - 50 Seeeds

Rainbow Spinach - Beta vulgaris - 50 Seeeds

R20.00

A swiss chard rainbow mix of reds, pinks, yellows, oranges and whites. Stunning colour for the garden and table giving you the choice of the colour you need each time, right in your own garden.

Ruby Red Swiss Chard - Beta vulgaris - 50 Seeds

Ruby Red Swiss Chard - Beta vulgaris - 50 Seeds

R20.00

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Ruby Red Swiss Chard is used as normal spinach / chard is used, but with a real wow factor. Boiling this red variety will make the red go very pale or disappear, If you want the red showing on the table then use it in salads or anywhere where you would use raw spinach or stir fry for a very short period of time. The leaves develop a deep red/maroon colour when grown through a cold winter and lighten up to green again once the weather warms, the stem remains red regardless of the temperature.

Viroflay - Spinacia oleracea - 100 Seeds

Viroflay - Spinacia oleracea - 100 Seeds

R20.00

A gourmet French heirloom spinach that was developed prior to 1866. An easy to grow variety that has stood the test of time. A small leafed variety of viroflay that is perfect for salads, stir fry, stews etc. They are so versatile because they can be used whole or chopped up.

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