These seeds produce a variety of Swiss chards with dark purplish leaves, and deep red stems, reminiscent of rhubarb. Swiss chards are packed with nutrients and are highly flavourful- especially popular cooked in soups and stews.
Sow 1/2″ deep, about 8″-10″ apart in rows about 12″ apart – after the danger of frost is gone. Full sun. Ensure soil is well worked and fine in texture. Water regularly – about 1″ weekly.