Rainbow Swiss Chard

by Matin

I grew the Rainbow Swiss Chard over the winter months here in South Texas. The plants did great even when the temperatures got down to 24 degrees. The plants grow great big leaves that taste great. Looking forward to growing more of this plant in the future. It adds color and flavor to my salads and stir fry plates. I even chop it up, stir fry it and add it to my eggs.

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Feb 29, 2020
Rainbow Swiss Chard
by: Juanita

Hi Matin! Thank you for choosing David's Garden Seeds®. Yes, the Rainbow Swiss Chard is so pretty to look at, too pretty to pick, but do it anyway! We are so glad you like it.

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