Chard

Beta vulgaris var. cicla

Maraldi has a wide chard portfolio with very attractive leaf, improved leaf quality, high yielding ability.

VENUS F1 

  • Early cycle
  • Extraordinary thick leaf, holds well against bleeding and spotting
  • Erect leaf for a very uniform cut
  • Above average yield

RHUBARB CHARD PLUTON

  • Medium early cycle
  • Good vigour
  • Medium green leaf with red stem and veins

JUPITER F1 

  • Medium early cycle
  • Nice contrast between deep red vein and bright green rounded leaf very thick leaf and great consistency
  • High uniformity and very high yield

MSX 41116 F1

  • Medium early cycle
  • Attractive dark green leaf color with intense red vein and stem color
  • Great vigor and uniformity
  • Very appealing semi savoy leaf resembling traditional red chard

RHUBARB CHARD SIRIO

  • Slow growing
  • Good leaf texture
  • Dark green, savoy leaf with a bright red stem and vein

ORANGE CHARD

  • Medium cycle
  • Savoy leaf with yellow stem and veins
  • A nice added color to any salad mix

PERPETUAL SPINACH

  • Medium early cycle

  • Green leaf and stem, erect and long petiole

  • Suitable for both industry and baby leaf production

BULL’S BLOOD ARTICA

  • Early cycle
  • Vigorous variety with dark red color under cool conditions
  • Elongated leaf shape, erect plant

TORO ROSSO

  • Slow growing variety
  • Triple red colored leaf, intense and persistent in warm conditions
  • Great choice for adding intense color to any salad mix