Swiss Perpetual Chard Seed

Looks and tastes more like spinach.

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Swiss Perpetual Chard Seed

Looks and tastes more like spinach.

  • Smooth, dark green leaves
  • Rich in antioxidants
  • Long harvest season
Enjoy a long harvest of leafy greens with Perpetual Swiss Chard. Easier to grow than spinach, chard can often be harvested from spring to fall. Perpetual produces plenty of smooth, dark green leaves that are flavorful and rich in antioxidants. It looks and tastes more like spinach than some other chard varieties. Harvest the leaves at the small stage when they are most tender and flavorful and enjoy them in salads. Chard can also be sautéed or cooked into your favorite recipes. Perpetual is slow to bolt, so it's a great choice for Southern gardens. 50 DAYS
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Product Details

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Beta vulgaris 'Perpetual'
  • Height: 12-18 inches.
  • Spacing: 12 - 15 inches between plants and spaced 24 - 30 inches between rows.
  • Depth:1 inch.
  • Spread:12-15 inches.
  • Light Required:Full Sun
  • Pollinator:Self-pollinating.
  • Yield: Great yields.
  • Size: 200 Seed Pkt
  • Days To Maturity: 50 Days
  • Zone: 3-9
  • Germination: 7 - 10 Days
  • Form: Vegetable, chard
  • Soil Requirements: Well-drained, fertile soil; pH 6.0 - 6.8.
  • Growth Rate: Moderate growth rate.
  • Seed Count: Approximately 200 seeds per packet.
  • Pruning: Remove leaves as desired and enjoy yields all summer.
  • Foliage: Smooth, dark green leaves look similar to spinach leaves - and taste similar to spinach. Slender, light green stalks.

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