Swiss Chard

Swiss Chard

All About Swiss Chard

Swiss chard is sort of comparable to spinach and the leaves are low in calories and dense in nutrients. You can eat Swiss Chard in a salad, in a pesto, or as a smoothie.

When to Transplant

As soon as the plant sprouts leaves you will see “baby leaves” and then mature leaves. They need to have at least one set of mature leaves before transplanting.

Additional Resources

https://www.doityourself.com/stry/how-to-transplant-swiss-chard

https://www.kitchenstories.com/en/stories/everything-to-know-about-cooking-and-shopping-for-in-season-swiss-chard

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