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Lucullus Swiss Chard Seed

Delicious All Summer, Won't Bolt

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Lucullus Swiss Chard Seed

Delicious All Summer, Won't Bolt

  • Mild and sweet flavor
  • Heavy yields
  • Grows until frost
Harvest mild-flavored, sweet, green leaves for months with this flavorful and high-yielding variety. One of the earliest varieties of chard, Swiss Lucullus Chard produces savoyed, dark green leaves on top of pale ivory, celery-like stalks. The leaves can be eaten raw, sautéed or cooked into your favorite recipes while the stems can be cooked into a variety of soups and other dishes. Packed with vitamins, this chard produces heavy yields and does not bolt. It tolerates hot weather and holds well after cutting. Best of all, it keeps growing and producing until frost. 60 DAYS.
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Product Details

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Beta vulgaris 'Lucullus'
  • Height: 24 - 30 inches.
  • Spacing: 6 - 8 inches between plants and spaced 18 - 30 inches between rows.
  • Depth:1/2 inch.
  • Spread:8 - 10 inches.
  • Light Required:Full Sun
  • Yield: 150 pounds per 100 foot row.
  • Size: 200 Seed Pkt
  • Fruit: Medium green leaves. White mid-rib. Broad, savoy fringed leaves.
  • Days To Maturity: 70 Days
  • Zone: 3-9
  • Germination: 6 - 10 Days
  • Form: Vegetable, greens, chard.
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained, fertile soil.; pH 6.0 - 6.8.
  • Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.
  • Seed Count: Approximately 200 seeds per packet, approximately 1,475 seeds per 1 oz.
  • Foliage: Light green deeply savoyed leaves with pale ivory stalks.

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