Good except we didn’t order enough fordex beans!!
As a fairly new gardener that has never grown Swiss chard before, I can say how easy this was. My first seedlings got eaten by a rabbit, but I fixed the fence and was successful. I don't remember the germination rate, but it was very good. I raised around 8 plants, each doing well in limited space. These certainly live up to the name, beautiful colours and great taste stir-fried. Will buy again
Since it is still spring, and a late spring here, all I can say is that they have come up very nicely. I keep reemay over newly seeded areas, until they are established, and to keep the woodchuck from eating them so that helps. Otherwise, I won’t know much for several weeks. I have grown these repeatedly in the past and have been happy with them.
I am growing this in hydroponics and works great and tast is good too!
I planted the seeds in the house. They germinated and became tiny baby plants. They are in the garden now growing fast. I am in hopes of having some to eat in a few weeks. Looking good.