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Peppermint

Swiss Chard
Centennial Collection / Swiss Chard / Swiss Chard – Mature

U.S. PVP No. 201100151.Peppermint is the only chard with two-toned stems. Highly ornamental plants boast pure white petioles with vibrant pink streaks topped by dark green, glossy leaves. Peppermint matures in 58-63 days from seeding and shows very high resistance to bolting. It is a great choice for specialty produce or mixed with ornamentals and performs well across multiple seasons.

  • Beautiful white petiole with pink strips
  • Dark green, glossy leaves
  • Uses: Fresh market, home gardens, and specialty markets

Days to Maturity from Direct Seed

58-63

Bolt Resistance

Very High

Leaf Characteristics

Savoy
Glossy

HG Market Segment

Farm Market
Bedding Plant Growers
Mail Order

Market Use

Specialty
Multi
Fresh
Bunch

Leaf Color

Dark Green

Petiole Color

White
Striped Pink

Plant Habit

Upright

Relative Maturity

Mid-late

Uniformity

Very Uniform

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