Another gorgeous new chard that not only has great baby leaves for salads, but also holds its color when cooked. The stalks are a brilliant orange while leaves are a light icy green and heavily savoyed. The 18 inch plants are a colorful highlight to any garden.? 75 seeds
Outdoors- Early spring, a few weeks before last frost. Plant 1/2’ deep, 3-4” apart, thin 10-15” apart for large plants, less for smaller harvests.
Harvest- Remove outer leaves starting at 6”. Use the leaves and center ribs cooked or raw.
Tips- Plant every 14 days for continuous full plant harvest, use thinning’s or seed a heavy row for baby greens.