Swiss Chard Seeds
If you haven't eaten swiss chard, you're missing out, and what's more, they're really easy to grow.
We've carefully chosen a variety called White Silver which has thick white stems and glossy, rich green leaves. It even won the RHS Award of Garden Merit.
The baby leaves can be used in salads while the juicy mature stems can be chopped at steamed.
These are sown between 3 - March and 8 - August.
The sooner you plant the seeds the sooner they'll grow. Don't regret not planting them today.
🍃 How to grow Swiss Chard from seed
- Sow your Swiss Chard between March and August
- Swiss chard like to be in well prepared, moist, fertile seedbed in full sun or partial shae
- Sow them thinly at 1cm deep around 30 cm apart
- When the seedlings pop through thin them apart for “baby leaves” and around 15cm/23cm apart for mature plants
- Keep them nicely watered and watch them grow