This interesting chard doesn't come in a unique color; it just has a great flavor and texture. Shiny, crinkled green leaves cling to a creamy white stem. This variety is mild, tender, and tasty. 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.