Leaf Beet

Leaf Beet
Also known as Swiss Chard, this is becoming very popular with several colourful cultivars. Sow in situ, not too early, from mid April to June. It can be cropped over a very long period from August, over the winter and into the spring; for cooked or salad use.

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For terrific colour splashes in salad packs or for growing larger you can look forward to a mix that could contain white, yellow, cream, orange, pink, lipstick and red. Price for 40 seeds
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This is a delicacy: excellent flavour and texture from both the leaves and the thin pale green ribs. You can grow this as a cut-&-come-again crop for salads but do leave some plants to grow on and enjoy at a larger size when cooking will bring out its sweetness. Price for 40 seeds.

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Stunning neon, hot pink legs, sorry stalks, add a splash of colour to your garden and plate.  Flamingo can be eaten from baby size right up to tall and mature so the uses range from spring and summer salad to steamed veg later in the year.  Tasty and good for you!

Price for 40 seeds. 

£0.75 / pack(s)

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More or less trouble free! It can be used for summer and autumn production as a ‘cut and come again’ crop. It is possible to over winter it and use for a second season. For the best of all flavour cook it as soon as possible after cutting. Price for 40 seeds
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No prizes available for guessing that the delicious shiny dark green leaves have ruby red ribs and stems! It is very ornamental but the mild flavour makes it a kitchen favourite too – I love it with garlic cream mushrooms, I have also used it on pizza, in soups and it’s probably needless to say it’s perfect in salads. Price for 40 seeds.

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