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The Swiss Chard Italian White Ribbed Beta Vulgaris is almost the perfect vegetable. The Italian White Ribbed Swiss Chard will grow in heat and cold is nutritious and has a long harvest period. White Ribbed Swiss Chard can either be steamed stir-fried or eaten fresh. Swiss Chard is a green that many seasoned gardeners claim everyone must grow. The leaves can be harvested from late spring continuing all the way to the first frost. It will also tolerate partial shade.Swiss Chard is actually a beet without the beet. instead of growing beets the plant grows wide dark green heavily crumpled leaves that are very tasty. Plant in early spring 2 to 4 weeks before last frost or as late as 2 months before first fall frost. In warm climates plant in late summer for fall/winter crop. Chard grows best in in well drained soil with lots of organic matter..
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Swiss Chard Bright Lights Mix Seeds

Swiss Chard  Bright Lights Mix Seeds

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The Swiss Chard Bright Lights Beta vulgaris (Cicla group) has spectacular stem colors that can include yellow gold orange pink purple or intermediate shades of these colors. Some believe the leaves of Bright Lights are tastier than spinach. The stalks crunch like celery but have a slight hint of asparagus. Bright Lights has an improved lighter flavor and is delicious raw in salads. Swiss Chard can tolerate shade and will not get bitter in hot weather.Swiss Chard is actually a beet without the beet. instead of growing beets the plant grows wide dark green heavily crumpled leaves that are very tasty. Plant in early spring 2 to 4 weeks before last frost or as late as 2 months before first fall frost. In warm climates plant in late summer for fall/winter crop. Chard grows best in in well drained soil with lots of organic matter.

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Swiss Chard Fordhook Giant Seeds

Swiss Chard  Fordhook Giant Seeds

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The Swiss Chard Fordhook Giant Beta vulgaris will grow in heat and cold is nutritious and has a long harvest period. Fordhook Giant can either be steamed stir-fried or eaten fresh. Swiss Chard is a green that many seasoned gardeners claim everyone must grow. The leaves can be harvested from late spring continuing all the way to the first frost. It will also tolerate partial shade.Swiss Chard is actually a beet without the beet. instead of growing beets the plant grows wide dark green heavily crumpled leaves that are very tasty. Plant in early spring 2 to 4 weeks before last frost or as late as 2 months before first fall frost. In warm climates plant in late summer for fall/winter crop. Chard grows best in in well drained soil with lots of organic matter.

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Swiss Chard Ruby Red Rhubarb Seeds

Swiss Chard  Ruby Red  Rhubarb Seeds

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The Swiss Chard Ruby Red/Rhubarb Beta vulgaris (Cicla group) has sweet and tender rhubarb-like stalks that are decorative and tasty. You will love the color of Ruby Red. The deep crimson stalks and veins are contrasted by dark-green heavily crumple

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Onion Italian Red Seeds

Onion  Italian Red Seeds

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The Onion Rossa Lunga di Firenze Allium cepa is a lovely Italian onion with excellent strong onion flavor and attractive dark red skin. This is a very tasty Italian onion commonly used in Italy for Pinzimonio a colorful mixture of raw vegetables

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Parsley Italian Flat Seeds

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The Parsley Italian Dark Green Flat Petroselinum crispum var neapolitanum is prized by gourmets as the most flavorful of all parsleys. The flat-leaved parsley is superior for flavor. Do you love and grow roses? Grown near roses parsley is thought

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Basil Italian Genovese Seeds

Basil  Italian Genovese Seeds

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The Basil Genovese Italian Ocimum basilicum is widely grown in Italy. Genovese basil has a strong basil flavor and aroma and is a favorite for pesto. There is nothing like the smell of basil. Basil is the smell of summer. Genovese basil will not di

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Broccoli Italian Sprouting Seeds

Broccoli  Italian Sprouting Seeds

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The Broccoli Italian Sprouting Di Cicco Brussica rapa (ruvo group) ia European Heirloom. This very tasty broccoli produces a lot of small to medium heads with a long harvest period. If you have eaten Broccoli in Italy you know what we say when we say you should try Di Cocco. The plants are tasty and productive. It produces copious amounts of small to medium sized well into summer. We recommend you harvest the main head when it is 3 inches in diameter. Di Cocco also freezes well.Plant as soon as the soil can be worked in the spring 4 to 6 weeks before the average last frost. In mild climates plant in the late fall for winter harvest. Sow successive plantings every 2 weeks throughout the cool early growing season for continuous harvest. Broccoli prefers light loamy well drained soils.

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Basil Italian Large Leaf Seeds

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The Basil Italian Large Leaf Ocimum basilicum is a sweet basil that is particularly good for pesto and is also excellent for fresh use. There is nothing like the smell of basil it is the smell of summer. There is no more useful herb. The Italian Large Leaf Basil has just that a larger leaf than other basils. It is a good all around basil and it has very few pests.Basil is used in so many foods it is hard to mention them all. It is used in Italian foods and pesto and pasta sauces. Fresh basil makes a nice tea an excellent vinegar and tastes great fresh with fish poultry rice mild vegetables eggplant and many others. Plant 1 to 2 weeks after the last average frost date. Place the Basil seeds in well drained soil with lots of organic matter.

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