An attractive and delicious vegetable used much the same as spinach. Plant produces excellent yields of dark green leaves with crimson stalks and veins. Dark green leaves are slightly rumpled.

 

  • Use leaves from young thinned plants in salads.
  • New leaves will grow out from the centre.
  • Cut back plants in late summer to rejuvenate them for autumn production.
  • Swiss Chard is resistant to frost, and can be harvested well after first frost.

 

Growing instructions available at, www.project-abundance.co.uk/growing-instructions

Swiss Chard (Rhubarb) Seeds (1g Approx. 100 seeds)

£2.50Price

    CREATED BY PROJECT ABUNDANCE 2019 

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