Beetroot & Chard Seeds

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Beets and chard are good, easy crops to grow. Beetroot is a wonderfully varied vegetable, with colours ranging from the richest gold to bright red and you’ll find varieties which are bolt resistant & suited to winter storage. Some also provide us with delicious young leaves, which can be steamed and served as a tasty side dish.

Sow straight into the ground in spring once the soil has started to warm up – we recommend sowing in straight lines (drills), in soil that has been lightly forked or raked. If the soil is poor and you’re still working to improve it. . . Show More >

Beets and chard are good, easy crops to grow. Beetroot is a wonderfully varied vegetable, with colours ranging from the richest gold to bright red and you’ll find varieties which are bolt resistant & suited to winter storage. Some also provide us with delicious young leaves, which can be steamed and served as a tasty side dish.

Sow straight into the ground in spring once the soil has started to warm up – we recommend sowing in straight lines (drills), in soil that has been lightly forked or raked. If the soil is poor and you’re still working to improve it, grow these plants in containers or raised beds. Being reasonably quick growing, you can also sow a few crops over the summer, which can be sown between other existing plants or in spaces that aren’t being used. Some more good news is beetroot and chard require very little watering. Pick out small crops as they grow, leaving others to grow larger. Fresh organic beetroot is rich in antioxidants and even said to be a potent aphrodisiac! Chard is a little less raunchy, but it is rich in vitamins and good for the blood.

Why not have some fun too? Mix your chard with petunias and marigolds to make for a spectacular summer display.


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Beets and chard are good, easy crops to grow. Beetroot is a wonderfully varied vegetable, with colours ranging from the richest gold to bright red and you’ll find varieties which are bolt resistant & suited to winter storage. Some also provide us with delicious young leaves, which can be steamed and served as a tasty side dish.Show More >

Beets and chard are good, easy crops to grow. Beetroot is a wonderfully varied vegetable, with colours ranging from the richest gold to bright red and you’ll find varieties which are bolt resistant & suited to winter storage. Some also provide us with delicious young leaves, which can be steamed and served as a tasty side dish.

Sow straight into the ground in spring once the soil has started to warm up – we recommend sowing in straight lines (drills), in soil that has been lightly forked or raked. If the soil is poor and you’re still working to improve it, grow these plants in containers or raised beds. Being reasonably quick growing, you can also sow a few crops over the summer, which can be sown between other existing plants or in spaces that aren’t being used. Some more good news is beetroot and chard require very little watering. Pick out small crops as they grow, leaving others to grow larger. Fresh organic beetroot is rich in antioxidants and even said to be a potent aphrodisiac! Chard is a little less raunchy, but it is rich in vitamins and good for the blood.

Why not have some fun too? Mix your chard with petunias and marigolds to make for a spectacular summer display.


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Beetroot (Non Organic) Seeds - Boltardy Beetroot (Non Organic) Seeds - Boltardy

Two Pack Sizes Available

£1.49
Beetroot Cylindra Organic Beetroot (Organic) Seeds - Cylindra

Average Packet Content 285 seeds

£1.99
Beetroot Detroit Organic Beetroot (Organic) Seeds - Detroit Globe

Average Packet Content 175 seeds

£1.69
Beetroot Detroit 2 Bolivar Organic Beetroot (Organic) Seeds - Detroit 2 Bolivar

Average Packet Content 240 seeds

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Beetroot Gesche Organic Beetroot (Organic) Seeds - Gesche

Average Packet Content 145 seeds

£1.69
Beetroot Rhonda Organic Beetroot (Organic) Seeds - Rhonda

Average Packet Content 265 seeds

£2.29
Beetroot Rouge Crapaudine Beetroot Seeds - Rouge Crapaudine

Average Seeds 100

£3.00
Chard - Barese Chard Seeds - Barese

Average Seeds 200

£2.19
Chard Flamingo Pink Organic Chard (Organic) Seeds - Flamingo Pink Chard

Average Packet Content 95 seeds

£1.69
Chard Rainbow Organic Leaf Beet (Organic) Seeds - Rainbow Chard

Average Packet Content 100 seeds

£2.49
Chard Sunset Organic Chard (Organic) Seeds - Sunset

Average Packet Content 95 seeds

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Chard Swiss Silver Organic Chard (Organic) Seeds - Swiss Chard

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£1.69
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Beets and chard are good, easy crops to grow. Beetroot is a wonderfully varied vegetable, with colours ranging from the richest gold to bright red and you’ll find varieties which are bolt resistant & suited to winter storage. Some also provide us with delicious young leaves, which can be steamed and served as a tasty side dish.

Sow straight into the ground in spring once the soil has started to warm up – we recommend sowing in straight lines (drills), in soil that has been lightly forked or raked. If the soil is poor and you’re still working to improve it, grow these plants in containers or raised beds. Being reasonably quick growing, you can also sow a few crops over the summer, which can be sown between other existing plants or in spaces that aren’t being used. Some more good news is beetroot and chard require very little watering. Pick out small crops as they grow, leaving others to grow larger. Fresh organic beetroot is rich in antioxidants and even said to be a potent aphrodisiac! Chard is a little less raunchy, but it is rich in vitamins and good for the blood.

Why not have some fun too? Mix your chard with petunias and marigolds to make for a spectacular summer display.

Beets and chard are good, easy crops to grow. Beetroot is a wonderfully varied vegetable, with colours ranging from the richest gold to bright red and you’ll find varieties which are bolt resistant & suited to winter storage. Some also provide us with delicious young leaves, which can be steamed and served as a tasty side dish.

Sow straight into the ground in spring once the soil has started to warm up – we recommend sowing in straight lines (drills), in soil that has been lightly forked or raked. If the soil is poor and you’re still working to improve it, grow these plants in containers or raised beds. Being reasonably quick growing, you can also sow a few crops over the summer, which can be sown between other existing plants or in spaces that aren’t being used. Some more good news is beetroot and chard require very little watering. Pick out small crops as they grow, leaving others to grow larger. Fresh organic beetroot is rich in antioxidants and even said to be a potent aphrodisiac! Chard is a little less raunchy, but it is rich in vitamins and good for the blood.

Why not have some fun too? Mix your chard with petunias and marigolds to make for a spectacular summer display.

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