Swiss Chard seeds

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Swiss chard - Beta vulgaris - from the Chenopodiaceae family, also known as Chard, Leaf beet, Swiss chard or Rhubarb chard is a vegetable grown for its leaves and its ribs - the central veins. Beetroots and Swiss chard come from the same plant. Easy to grow, it can be sown as early as March in small holes with 4 to 5 seeds. As good in gratins as they are aesthetically pleasing with their colourful stems like Rhubarb Chard with red ribs, Swiss chard deserves a comeback in vegetable gardens. They are rich in fibre, minerals but also oxalates, so it is recommended not to overindulge.

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