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Bright Lights Chard seeds
  • Bright Lights Chard seeds
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  • Bright Lights Chard seeds
  • Bright Lights Chard seeds
  • Bright Lights Chard seeds
  • Bright Lights Chard seeds
  • Bright Lights Chard seeds
  • Bright Lights Chard seeds
  • Bright Lights Chard seeds

Bright Lights Chard seeds

Bright Lights is a very special decorative chard with leaves and stems in different colours: red, purple, pink, golden yellow, white to dark green. The Bright Lights chard is therefore also called the rainbow chard. This chard species can be planted in the ornamental garden as well as in the vegetable garden.

  • very decorative
  • can also be harvested as a baby leaf
  • suitable for open ground

The young leaves are used in colorful mixed salads. The leaves and stems of the Swiss chard are used as vegetable stews and in stir-fries.

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Description

Bright Lights is a very special decorative chard with leaves and stems in different colours: red, purple, pink, golden yellow, white to dark green. The Bright Lights chard is therefore also called the rainbow chard. This chard species can be planted in the ornamental garden as well as in the vegetable garden.

  • very decorative
  • can also be harvested as a baby leaf
  • suitable for open ground

The young leaves are used in colorful mixed salads. The leaves and stems of the Swiss chard are used as vegetable stews and in stir-fries.

 

Sowing and cultivation method Bright Lights chard

Sowing From mid-March to the end of July in situ on lines with 30 cm spacing. Thin out to 20 cm if necessary.

If only the young leaves are cut, the seed can be sown more densely. The young leaves can be harvested several times in the summer from the same Swiss chard plants.

When harvesting the leaf ribs, keep a distance of 40 x 30 cm.

Specifications

Reference
HC-01180
EAN
8713172011805
Tags
Brand
Van Hemert & Co zaden

Other features

English names
Chard, Foliage Beet, Spinach Beet, Swiss Chard
Botanic name
Beta Vulgaris L.
Cultivar
Bright Lights
Category
Annual
Planting time
March - July
Flowering period
July - October
Height
70cm
Contents
80 zaden
Collection
van Hemert & Co

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