I took a chance and put in my Spring garden starting early February . Lucky gamble. All your seeds sprouted and we’ve started harvesting veggies already. Good seeds. I’ll be back.
Fordhook is an oldie, but a goodie. It's reliable, and prolific. Germination is excellent, production is stellar. You can not ask for a better chard. All of the others are novelties compared to this old favorite.
Excellent chard. I grow this every year with good reason. I also add a few colored chards; this is by far the largest and hardiest of the ones I grow. It has a very nice mild flavor.
Foolproof, doesn't bolt when others do, big crops of delicious leaves, and I get raves for my "spinach" lasagna.
Reliable workhorse of the chard family. First in, last out. Leaves of substance with sweet, meaty, white stalk and veins.