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Thank you very much for the Orange tree complete with flowers and baby oranges. You truly are a Victorian nursery I used to pack all the trees I sent out by rail using straw bundles similar to yours. Actually we used long straw and no outer polythene.We also used twine macramed on the outside to hold the bundle together. There is nothing wrong with your packing. It remided me of the old days. I am 78. Now I have to find a suitable container whivh no doubt will be expensive. Versailles sell them and a pottery in the south of France makes the other tradional type. I was a bit surprised when I visited Kew Gardens, that they did not have one single orange tree in their orangerie. Lovely web site and lovely young orange tree in perfect order.
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Thank you very much for the Orange tree complete with flowers and baby oranges. You truly are a Victorian nursery I used to pack all the trees I sent out by rail using straw bundles similar to yours. Actually we used long straw and no outer polythene.We also used twine macramed on the outside to hold the bundle together. There is nothing wrong with your packing. It remided me of the old days. I am 78. Now I have to find a suitable container whivh no doubt will be expensive. Versailles sell them and a pottery in the south of France makes the other tradional type. I was a bit surprised when I visited Kew Gardens, that they did not have one single orange tree in their orangerie. Lovely web site and lovely young orange tree in perfect order.
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Chard Seeds

Chard grows into a pretty leaf that is delicious when eaten.  The stems are a vibrant colour which contrasts with the green of the leaves.  Not only is it easy to grow from seed, it can be grown in pots, in the ground, on your window sill, wherever you happen to have a little space!

The taste of chard is a lot like spinach but it tends to be sweeter (and more colourful!) The season is also usually slightly longer than that of spinach as it is quite hardy. More...

There are many 'best bits' about chard. Not only is it so quick to cook but it contains over 700 times the recommended daily allowance of Vitamin K and 200 times the Vitamin A (which is good both for the immune system and eye sight) so we really should eat just a little bit more of it!

Growing chard from seed in your garden or allotment means that you get to eat it as fresh as possible (as it does tend to wilt if it's not eaten fresh) so you get the maximum goodness from it.  It is so easy to sow; just wait for the ground temperatures to warm up in the spring and direct sow it or you can start it early in a greenhouse, then just water and wait!

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Rainbow Chard Seed

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Cheerful stems in a multitude of colours will cheer up both the veg patch and the dining table! Harvestable as a baby leaf in just 28 days, it can go on to be cropped for up to two years.
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Swiss Chard Seed 'Rhubarb Chard'

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Bright red stems are topped by dark green or purple leaves. Stem, leaves and even flower stalks can be eaten. Slow to run to seed.
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