Golden Sunrise Chard
- Open pollinated. 30-55 days.
- Beautiful golden thick stems and savoyed green leaves hold color well during cooking.
- Excellent flavor, never tough or bitter. Container gardeners will want to plant Golden Swiss Chard for a veritable “Pot O’Gold”.
- This is a very high quality selection and adds wonderful color to salads when picked young. You’ll have months of repeat cuttings. Great color, great taste one of the reasons we garden.
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.