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Chard Beta Vulgaris L. Var. Vulgaris
VERDE A COSTA LARGA
This variety differs from others as it is grown not only for its fleshy stems but also for kitchen use as young plants (greens). Erect plant, about 60 cm tall, resistant to early flowering. Leaf stems are whitish-silver, broad and thick. Smooth and slightly crinkly leaves, bright green in colour. Suitable for use both as fresh produce and by the frozen food industry. Sowing: from spring to summer in seeds or outdoors.
A FOGLIA LISCIA VERDE INVERNALE
Compact head with erect bearing. Grows to 60-70 cm and is very resistant to early flowering. Medium-small white stalks and smooth, dark green poited leaves. The main characteristic of “Bietina di Sarno” chard is that both the stalks and greens can be used. Sowing: from spring to autumn in a seedbed or directly outdoord.
VERDE DA TAGLIO (herbs)
Early variety. Smooth, dark-green leaves with small veins. Harvest the whole plant when it reaches 15-20 cm in height. The tender leaves should be cooked before eating.
Sowing: in rows from March to September
Medium-height plant, very compact, whit erect foliage, medium-length oval semi-pointed leaves, smooth and bright green in colour, with white medium-sized stems. Ideal variety for autumn-winter cultivation. Sowing: from summer to autumn in seedbeds or directly outdoors.