Net Wt. 3g (Approx. 85 to 95 seeds)
An open pollinated, quick growing, main season variety that produces deep crimson stalks with contrasting dark green, crumpled leaves with deep crimson veins over a long season. The stalks may be cooked like asparagus. A variety that is both good flavored and very ornamental. The nutritious leaves are a colorful addition to a salad and delicious cooked like spinach. Swiss Chard is easiest and most successful green grown in Alaska. The plants of this variety are so attractive they are often planted in a flower garden.