This variety of chard is very tasty, and pretty enough for the flower border. You can use the leaves as spinach, and the brightly coloured stalks (chards) chopped in stir fries. If picked young, the leaves are also delicious in salads.
Chard is easy to grow, and children love them (and may even eat them!).
This pack contains roughly 100 seeds.
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Ideally, sow this variety of chard anytime between the end of March to July, thinly and in shallow drills where you want it to grow. Ideally, sow your seeds in a sunny spot. Leave a smaller gap for young, babyleaf growth, and a larger gap for bigger greens.
Leave 20-30cm between rows.