Bright Lights Swiss Chard

Bright Lights Swiss Chard

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4.7 (3 reviews)
A 1998 AAS Winner!
This vibrant Swiss chard brings pizzazz to the table with its stems of many colors. Used fresh it's a delightful garnish or colorful addition to the salad bowl and lightly cooked it has an improved mild chard flavor. Begin harvesting the vitamin-rich greens in 4 to 5 weeks and let them grow back for repeated enjoyment. 1998 AAS Winner.
200 seeds
1/2 Ounce
Ounce
15' seed tape

Product Details

: 48
: Spring
: 0.5
: Fertile, loose, well-drained
: 2-3-1
:
: 2 - Moderately Easy
:
: Leaves and stalks

Physical Details

: Green
: 14 to 21
: 60
: 4 to 6
: Yes
: Determinate
: OpenPollinated

Resistance Details

: Swiss chard

Scientific Details

: Swiss chard
: Beta
: vulgaris
: subsp.cicla
: Bright Lights
Product Reviews
4.7 (3 reviews)
  • By Jennifer N
    7/17/2016
    From Madison, WI
    5.0
    I have been growing this variety for years and it is the greatest! Some of the colors can be susceptible to leaf miners but it still yields lots of yummy leaves.
  • By Cheryl P
    7/30/2014
    From Grosse Pointe Farms, MI
    5.0
    The beautiful variety of colors make growing Bright Lights Swiss Chard fun. I did order these in seed tape but found that wasn't necessary because the seeds are large enough to manually space properly when planting. However, I will buy these again, just in a regular seed packet.
  • By Caitlin K
    7/19/2014
    From Chicago, IL
    4.0
    We were really happy with this chard. It was a nice variety of colors, and tasty in the kitchen. It was easy to start indoors and transplanted very easily. Unfortunately the caterpillars like it too.
  • By Dave F
    2/12/2011
    From Centerville, OH
    5.0
    Excellent chard grows fast and big. It dehydrates well. One year I had two plants winter over. The taste gets more astringent in the Summer, but that astringency diminishes with drying.