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Yellow Swiss Chard 'Bright Yellow' (Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris) - bulk quantity (10 g)
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Yellow Swiss Chard 'Bright Yellow' (Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris) - bulk quantity (10 g)

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Bulk quantity: 10 g - conventional
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This open-pollinated Swiss chard variety has bright yellow and very broad leaf stems and green leaves. It looks great and is very palatable.
Details: Plant description & care
Plant family:
Amaranthaceae
Lifecycle :
Biennial
sunlight:
full sun
Sowing & cultivation
Indoor pre-culture (seedling stage):
March
Sowing time outdoors:
AprilAugustJulyJuneMaySeptember
Best germination temperature :
15 – 20 °C
Planting distance:
10 cm
Main harvest:
AugustJulyJuneOctoberSeptember
Bad intercropping partners:
SpinachTomatoes
Good intercropping partners:
CabbageCarrots LegumesNasturtium RadishRadishes
  • Sowing Period: Mid-January/ End of February indoors or 8-10 weeks before the last freezes
  • Ideal Germination Temperature: +25-28°C, a bright and warm location is absolutely essential
  • Germ Duration: Up to 2 weeks. After germination, place the plants at a cooler location at approx. 20°C again
  • Prick the plants 2-3 weeks after sowing when the first pair of leaves has fully developed. While doing this, the roots should be shortened to encourage their healthy growth.
  • Sowing from mid-May until the beginning of June after the last night frosts. Before, the plants should be hardened for several days. Don’t forget to water them.
  • Peppers need well-loosened, porous soils with a large amount of hummus. They dislike waterlogging but should never dry up completely.
  • Pepper plants love the warmth and prosper best in the greenhouse. That doesn’t mean that it’s impossible to let them grow outdoors. Nevertheless, choose the warmest and best-protected place in your garden to breed peppers or think of protection fleece if needed.
  • Peppers are heavy feeders. They need sufficiently good fertilizer and very much water indeed
Other names
Botanical name:
beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris
German names:
Chardbeißkohlblattmangoldkrautstielrippenmangoldrömischer kohlstielmangold
English names:
Chardbright lightscrab beetperpetual spinachseakale beetsilverbeetspinach beetswiss chard
French names:
bettebette à cardeblettecôte de bettejottejoutepoirée
Spanish names:
acelga blancabetabelbetaravabetarragabeterababeterradaremolacha
Italian names:
bietola
Details
Item number
1101-GM10
Brand
Magic Garden Seeds
Group:
Seeds
Seed quantity:
300 Pcs.

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