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My garden is growing great. It has really been hot here in Texas. Highs in the and lows in the I had a big surprise this fall after I planted. I had a ton of “mystery plants” come up that I didn’t plant seeds for.

Growing Swiss Chard, Planting Swiss Chard, How to Grow Swiss Chard in Your Garde

growing swiss chard, planting swiss chard, how to grow swiss chard The best tips for growing swiss chard in a backyard or container vegetable garden. Learn how to plant and care for swiss chard when h

Healthy Recipe: Stir-Fried Swiss Chard with Pine Nuts and Balsamic Butter: Organic Gardening

Healthy Recipe: Stir-Fried Swiss Chard with Pine Nuts and Balsamic Butter: Organic Gardening

Peppermint Swiss Chard (60 days)

Peppermint Swiss Chard (60 days)

Peppermint Swiss Chard - Strikingly vivid striped stems offers a unique color combination for a Swiss Chard. Stalks have vertical fuchsia and white stripes with thick dark green savoy leaves. Harvest from baby sized to full grown.

Swiss chard in a pot. Cut leaves and it will grow back quickly; harvest from it three times a month if you cut it all back, or just harvest the outer leaves and it will also continue to grow. Grows to 15º and can be colder if covered in winter. Will produce year-round.

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(Or kale) Growing swiss chard - Even apartment dwellers can grow a pot of chard and the beauty of this is that it will provide food for months.

Chard is an easy to grow and hardy vegetable which is great for beginner gardeners. From the article,The Charms of Growing Chard from growveg.com The Charms of Growing Chard

The Charms of Growing Chard

Chard is an easy to grow and hardy vegetable which is great for beginner gardeners. Grow Bright Lights in the borders, it is beautiful, and the pests don't find it mixed in. It is great to eat, does well in partial shade.

Amazingly colorful veggie garden. Bright Lights chard, purple cabbage and five color peppers in a potager in autumn.

Really colourful - exotic combination Bright Lights chard, yellow, orange, and red Medusa ornamental hot peppers, and purple cabbages add colour to a kitchen garden in early autumn.

Swiss chard and sweet alyssum make a beautiful combination in the edible landscape. But this combination goes beyond "pretty". Sweet alyssum is a workhorse, helping to grow a more productive landscape with less work.

Swiss Chard and Sweet Alyssum: Winning Edible Landscaping Combination

Swiss chard and sweet alyssum make a beautiful combination in the edible landscape. But this combination goes beyond "pretty". Sweet alyssum is a workhorse, helping to grow a more productive landscape with less work.

Tips On Growing Swiss Chard - How Do I Plant Swiss Chard

Tips On Growing Swiss Chard - How Do I Plant Swiss Chard

Lucullus Swiss Chard  Tasty All Summer, Won't Bolt  Mild and sweet! Savoyed leaves top pale ivory celery-like stalks. 60 DAYS.  Fruit: Light green, deeply savoyed, white veined, leaves. Long smooth stem with white, rounded midribs.  Comments: One of the earliest. Holds well after cutting. Tolerates hot weather. Grows until frost. Heavy yields. Never bolts.

Lucullus Swiss Chard Tasty All Summer, Won't Bolt Mild and sweet! Savoyed leaves top pale ivory celery-like stalks. 60 DAYS. Fruit: Light green, deeply savoyed, white veined, leaves. Long smooth stem with white, rounded midribs. Comments: One of the earliest. Holds well after cutting. Tolerates hot weather. Grows until frost. Heavy yields. Never bolts.

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