Bright Lights Swiss Chard
- Open pollinated. 30-55 days.
- Plants stems are yellow, gold, orange, pink, violet, or striped as well as the traditional red or white.
- Plants mature at two feet, begin harvesting early for baby chard.
- Brilliant clear colors for your ornamental food garden. Delicious and tender. 1998 All America Selection.
Planting Directions: Sow seeds in spring after danger of frost has passed and soil temperatures have reached a minimum of 50?, optimum is 80?. Plant in well prepared soil that has been enriched with compost or garden fertilizer. Sow seeds 1/2” deep, in rows spaced 18” apart. As plants grown, thin to 4-5“apart. Use the thinnings in salads or other dishes. Water moderately on a regular basis. Make successive plantings for continuous harvest. Can tolerate light frosts in spring and fall.