Chard - Ruby Red | Organic |

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1803-CO Beta vulgaris

50 days.

For folks who love a bunch of chard, Ruby Red is a standard. Bright red stems with dark green leaves make the mouth water. Sow thickly to cut young leaves for baby salad greens, or spread plants to 12" for larger leaf growth and big harvests.

~80 seeds/g

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