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    Bright Lights - Swiss Chard Plant Bright Yellow - Swiss Chard Plant Burgundy ( Ruby Red ) - Swiss Chard Plant
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
    Bright Lights Swiss Chard Plants Bright Yellow Swiss Chard Plants Burgundy Ruby Red Swiss Chard Plants
    Bright Lights Swiss Chard

    Bright Lights is a colorful variety of Swiss Chard that has become popular and is even finding its way into landscape beds and flower gardens. Plant grows up to 20" tall with stalks of yellow, orange, pink, crimson, purple, white, and green. Use tender young leaves to brighten up salads. Its colors hold to light cooking. Use raw, steamed or stirfried. Swiss Chard is so nutritious, delicious, and easy to grow.
    Bright Yellow Swiss Chard

    Is an attractive chard with yellow stems and leaf veins that contrast with deep green leaves. Stalks can be steamed as a vegetable or, when young, eaten raw in salads. Initially cropping from mid-summer to late autumn, this tasty leaf will re-emerge after a normal winter, to produce an unbelievably early spring crop.
    Burgundy ( Ruby Red ) Swiss Chard

    Gourmet rhubarb type, burgundy stems, dark green leaf with red veins, tender, great for patio container.
    Fordhook Giant - Swiss Chard Plant Oriole Orange - Swiss Chard Plant Peppermint - Swiss Chard Plant
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
    Our Price: $3.99 FOR 1 PLANT IN A 3 1/2" POT
    Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard Plants Oriole Orange Swiss Chard Plants Peppermint Swiss Chard Plants
    Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard

    Dark green leaves with 10" tall tender pale green stems. A cold and heat tolerant variety. Was introduced in 1934, use young leaves in salads, then save the larger leaves for steaming or stir-frying. Very easy to grow and does well in containers.
    Oriole Orange Swiss Chard

    Is an attractive chard with beautiful orange stems that would add fantastic color to any garden. Stalks can be steamed as a vegetable or, when young, eaten raw in salads. Initially cropping from mid-summer to late autumn, this tasty leaf will re-emerge after a normal winter, to produce an unbelievably early spring crop.
    Peppermint Swiss Chard

    Attractive Swiss chard that add striking color to your garden. This chard has leaves that are dark green with white veins and contrast well with the stems that are white with pink stripes. Highly bolt resistant.
       
     
    Growing Swiss Chard: Swiss chard grows best in rich well composted moist soil with a PH between 6.0 and 6.8. Chard prefers full sun early in the season, part shade in summer when it’s warm and requires well-drained soil. Plant seeds half an inch deep and 3 inches apart. Set out seedlings 12 inches apart.


    Care of Swiss Chard:

    Water the plants evenly to help them grow better. Water often during dry spells in the summer. Mulching the plants to help conserve moisture.

    Cut the plants back when they are about 1 foot tall. If the chard plants become overgrown, they lose their flavor.

    Swiss Chard can be picked as soon as the leaves are large enough to harvest, usually in four to six weeks.

    Chard is a cool weather vegetable and may withstand a very mild frost.