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Leaf vegetables


Veldsla ‘Grote Noordhollandse’
Corn Salad 'Grote Noordhollandse' is a late autumn and winter variety. These plants are not easily damaged by bad weather and can even tolerate quite a bit of frost. A type with fairly long leaves.
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Veldsla Vit
Corn Salad 'Vit' is a late autumn and winter variety. These plants are not easily damaged by bad weather and can even tolerate quite a bit of frost. A variety with rosettes of dark, short leaves.
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Snijbiet ‘Donkergr. Gladde Witribbige 3’
Chard 'White Silver 3' is an easy to grow leaf vegetable on all types of soil. It is a big plant type with broad white veins with smooth, green leaves. It does not bolter fast. It can be used for salads when you increase sowing density, as this will lead to smaller leaves.
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Snijbiet ‘Five Colours’
Chard 'Five Colour Silverbeet' is a beautiful mixture of chard in multiple colours (red, purple, orange, yellow and white). The leafs of this chard are mostly green. Even after stir-frying or stewing the stems maintain their lovely color.
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Snijbiet ‘Groene Gewone’
Chard 'Perpetual Spinach' is an easy to grow leaf vegetable on all types of soil. This variety has thin veins with a lot of green leaves and can be prepared in multiple ways.
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Snijbiet ‘Rhubarb Chard’
Chard 'Rhubarb Chard' is a decorative red chard with long leaf veins and somewhat curled leaf. Rhubard Chard has an attractive appearance with apple red stems and veins. It is an easy to grow leaf vegetable on all types of soil.
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Snijbiet ‘Sunset’ selectie
Chard 'Magenta Sunset' is a selection with stunning yellow-orange stems and green leaves. This chard will also grow well in autumn and winter in a frost-free greenhouse.
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Spinazie ‘Vroeg Reuzenblad’
Spinach Early Giant Leaf is a sharp seeded variety and a fast grower. Early Giant leaf is especially suited for early cultivation. Spinach is not that sensitive to frost so no need to cover up the crop.
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Spinazie ‘Winterreuzen’
Spinach Winter Giant is the classical winter-cultivation variety of spinach. It produces rather large, dark-green leafs and it is extremely well protected against cold. Note that this variety will bolter early in summers.
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Spinazie ‘Nieuw-Zeelandse’
New Zealand Spinach belongs to the family of purslane (Portulacaceae) and looks completely different than regular spinach. The plants of New Zealand spinach have much more vigor, predominantly expressed in width.
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Stengelui Ishikura Long White
Onion (spring) Ishikura Long White is a Welsh onion that forms a long, white, thick shaft without forming a sphere. The leafage is light green, and the variety is resistant to damage from thunderbugs. The plants nicely stand up straight. Ishikura Long White is winter-hardy.
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Tatsoi – Brassica rapa
Tatsoi is an alternative for the well-known Pakchoi. The dark round, thick leaves are very crispy and can be prepared raw or like spinach. It is easy to grow: it germinates and grows fast, but it needs sufficient water.
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