A blend of unique Swiss chard colors including yellow, gold, pink, crimson, orange, purple, white, green and white stripe with several intermediate pastel shaded petioles, express themselves in the seedling stage and become more intense after 5 weeks.
Attractive, crumpled, and dark green leaves attach to broad, fine quality white stalks. Very tasty for home and market. The delicate pale green 8-10 inch stalks are wonderfully tender and juicy. Overall, plants reach 22 inches.
Fine textured spinach-like leaves with much smaller stems than other chards. Suitable for high density plantings and withstands high temperatures. Unlike other chards the stalk color is green rather than white or red.
An attractive and delicious vegetable used much the same as spinach. Crimson colored stalks somewhat resemble rhubarb in color and shape. Dark green leaves are slightly crumpled. Easy to grow and rich in vitamin content. 60 days to harvest.