55 days [European heirloom, 1869.] Smooth dark green leaves with slender stalks, milder than other chards. Produces tasty greens all summer and late into the fall. An excellent no-fuss warm weather substitute for spinach in the Southeast. (It won’t be as sweet as spinach grown in cool weather, but still, we’re glad to have this one around for summer greens!) Pkt
  • Item # 32301

Swiss Chard

Beta vulgaris
Please see our Greens Growing Guide for cultural information.
Packet: 4 g (approximately 200 seeds) sows 25'.