story: chard is an all-star of the kitchen garden. it produces leaves for ages and is hardy and delicious.
when to sow: sow your seeds from spring to late summer- june to october, depending on when you would like to eat it. we successional sow.
requirements: moist, nutrient-rich soil in a sunny space.
harvesting: cut of leaf stems as needed. chard can be harvested when young, for small tender leaves, or later for a cooking green.
please remember, we will only send out three packs of seed to first-season growers. if you order more than this, you are likely to receive just three packs to begin with. this is to ensure we get plenty of data in return, and to keep our stocks sustainable for years to come.