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Beetroot & Chard Seeds


Homegrown beetroot and chard (or leaf beet) seeds are simply delicious and easy to grow. They can generally be sown from March to July/August and will give you a good crop of vegetables to keep your salads bright and fresh.



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Beetroot 'Boltardy' (Globe)

Beta vulgaris

  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
One of the best known and most popular varieties available, Beetroot 'Boltardy' produces good yields of deep red, globe shaped roots with a superb sweet flavour and tender, ring free flesh. This RHS AGM variety is bolt-resistant making it ideal for early sowings. Not only does this longstanding customer favourite offer perfect sweet roots for roasting, pickling and slicing for salads, the baby leaves can also be harvested through the season for salad use. Sow every two weeks from March through to mid July for a constant supply through the season. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 15cm (6").
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    • 1 packet (350 beetroot seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £1.99
    • 1 packet (80 beetroot seeds - seed tape)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £2.99

Swiss Chard 'Bright Yellow'

Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla var. flavescens, Leaf Beet, Spinach Beet

The beautiful, broad golden stalks of Swiss Chard 'Bright Yellow' are a striking and colourful addition to the vegetable garden and look equally at home in the flower border. The sweet stalks can be steamed as a vegetable or, when young, eaten raw in salads. This superb RHS AGM variety is slow to bolt and has good winter hardiness. Initially cropping from mid-summer to late autumn, this tasty leaf beet will re-emerge after a normal winter, to produce an unbelievably early spring crop. Height: 50cm (20"). Spread: 40cm (16"). More info
    • 1 packet (85 swiss chard seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £2.99 £0.99

Beetroot 'Chioggia' (Globe)

Beta vulgaris

A striking globe variety with orange-pink skins and an appealing 'bullseye' formation of red and white rings on the inside, fading to soft pink when cooked. Beetroot 'Chioggia' is sweet, tender and succulent with lustrous dark green leaves and ruby-red stems. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 15cm (6"). More info
    • 1 packet (300 beetroot seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £1.49

Swiss Chard 'Bright Lights'

Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla var. flavescens, Leaf Beet, Spinach Beet

  • Tasty and nutritious

This exciting RHS AGM Swiss Chard, produces a rainbow of coloured stems that are crowned with large leaves of green or bronze. The flavour is deliciously mild and packed with nutritional content. Swiss Chard 'Bright Lights' can be harvested from mid-summer to late autumn, and after a normal winter, it will re-emerge to give an unbelievably early spring crop! Guaranteed lo brighten the vegetable patch, or why not grow this colourful swiss chard cultivar in ornamental borders. Height: 50cm (20"). Spread: 40cm (16").

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    • 1 packet (80 swiss chard seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £2.99

Beetroot 'Burpee's Golden' (Globe)

Beta vulgaris

Introduced in the 1940's, Beetroot 'Burpee's Golden' produces attractive orange roots with a delightful, succulent flavour that makes it a superb for serving as a hot vegetable. Try harvesting the tops for steaming and eating like spinach while the roots are between the size of a golf ball and a tennis ball. Beetroot 'Burpee's Golden' is best sown thicker than normal varieties as it has an inherent lower germination trait. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 15cm (6"). More info
    • 1 packet (100 beetroot seeds)

    • Despatch: Within 1 days
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    • £2.39 £0.99

Beetroot 'Albina Vereduna' (Globe)

Beta vulgaris

Avoid purple staining and colour bleeding by growing this unusual white beetroot. Globe Beetroot 'Albina Vereduna is much more acceptable as a vegetable when served with fish or poultry and adds variety and flavour far exceeding most red beetroots. The curved and wavy top leaf is high in vitamins and can also be served like spinach as a vegetable. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 15cm (6"). More info
    • 1 packet (250 beetroot seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £2.49 £0.99

Swiss Chard 'White Silver'

Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla var. flavescens, Leaf Beet, Spinach Beet

A classic Swiss Chard with thick white stems and glossy, rich green leaves. With an RHS Award of Garden Merit, this robust leaf beet is a versatile addition to the vegetable plot or even the flower border. Baby leaves can be used in salads while the juicy, mature stems can be chopped and steamed, or used to add a sweet crunch to stir fries. Mature leaves can be used as a delicious spinach substitute. Sow Swiss Chard 'White Silver' up until August for cropping into the New Year. Height: 50cm (20"). Spread: 40cm (16"). More info
    • 1 packet (300 swiss chard seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £1.49 £0.99

Swiss Chard 'Green Wave'

Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla var. flavescens, Leaf Beet, Spinach Beet

Resembling a perpetual spinach beet, this RHS AGM variety produces pure green leaves and stems. However unlike perpetual spinach, Swiss Chard 'Green Wave' produces higher yields of slender stems with a milder flavour, making a delicious addition to salads and stir fries when young. The mature leaves and stems of leaf beet are superb as a steamed vegetable. The glossy crinkly green leaves make an attractive addition to the vegetable plot or even to the flower border, where plants will stand in good condition without bolting. Height: 45cm (18"). Spread: 40cm (16"). More info
    • 1 packet (200 swiss chard seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £2.69

Swiss Chard 'Five Colour Silverbeet' - Heritage

Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla var. flavescens, Leaf Beet, Spinach Beet

A rainbow mix of vibrant stem and leaf colours maintained as an Australian heirloom variety. Swiss Chard 'Five Colour Silverbeet' makes an excellent value crop. The juicy, mild flavoured broad stems and the tasty leaves can both be eaten as steamed vegetables, or harvested as baby leaves for adding to salads. This decorative Swiss Chard makes an attractive addition to the vegetable plot or even the flower bed. Height: 45cm (18"). Spread: 40cm (16").

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    • 1 packet (200 swiss chard seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £2.29

Beetroot 'Alto' F1 Hybrid

Beta vulgaris

The first F1 hybrid cylindrical 'Housewives choice' variety with the sweetest of flavours. Beetroot 'Alto' F1 produces uniform, straight roots, free from rings with a smooth rich-red skin and flesh colour, making them easy to prepare. Roots stand proud above the soil, but can be earthed up, and remain in good condition for long periods. This RHS AGM beertroot is an easy to grow, space saving variety. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 15cm (6").

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    • 1 packet (250 beetroot seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £2.99

Swiss Chard 'Lucullus'

Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla var. flavescens, Leaf Beet, Spinach Beet

Swiss Chard 'Lucullus' is a particularly prolific variety offering fantastic value. This RHS AGM variety produces an abundance of wide, white stems which are deliciously succulent when cooked like asparagus, and served with butter. The large, tasty leaves make a flavoursome alternative to spinach, and if left to flower, the flower stalks can also be cooked and eaten like sprouting broccoli. Initially cropping from mid-summer to late autumn, this tasty leaf beet will re-emerge after a normal winter, to produce an unbelievably early spring crop. Height: 50cm (20"). Spread: 40cm (16"). More info
    • 1 packet (200 swiss chard seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £2.99

Beetroot 'Rubidus' (Globe)

Beta vulgaris, Beetroot 'Detroit 6 Rubidus'

Bolting is almost a thing of the past with this excellent globe variety! Beetroot 'Rubidus' will be ready to harvest over a week earlier than 'Boltardy', which it supersedes in all respects. The firm, smooth, deep red roots can reach 12.5cm (5") in diameter, but retain their superb tender flesh without a hint of fibre. This vigorous beetroot holds an RHS AGM, and produces high yields which are synonymous with F1 Hybrids. Height: 30cm (12"). Spread: 15cm (6"). More info
    • 1 packet (200 beetroot seeds)

    • Despatch: by Monday
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    • £2.69