Gardening: Swiss Chard

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The leaves are so green.

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Look at these growing beauties, makes you feel healthier already. Lol

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The leaves took a beating during the storms.

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These are all edible plants, tomato on the left, the swiss chard, ochro in the black pot, the one with the red pigmentation is also an edible spinach.

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The plants look so healthy. (That is eggplant with the white flowers nearby)

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Ready for eating. And these are so so good to eat. 
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13 Replies to “Gardening: Swiss Chard”

    1. Bought new soil at the start, we have been getting plenty of rain recently. Otherwise my mom I think is the one with the real green thumb.
      It they are too exposed try putting them we they may be shaded for part of the day until they get a little older.

      1. We have not been getting much rain lately. I planted some zuchinni in a pot, but they do not look so great. They are on the porch where it has more shade. Thanks for the advice.

  1. Mmm! I love all these plants when brought to the table. The spinach with the red pigment it quite a rare species in the country. I am seeing it for the first time here. Thank you, Gifted50 I really enjoy this post.

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