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Organic Swiss Chard Seeds 
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Fordhook Giant" 
Beta-Vulgaris

This is a package of 1000+ Certified Organic "Fordhook Giant" Heirloom Swiss Chard Seeds. This great variety of chard has nice thick dark leaves. It is our very favorite green variety Heirloom Chard! This Beautiful Heirloom Variety was introduced in 1934 and is a very vigorous grower that is very tolerant to heat and cold. With enough moisture this plant can be grown all year long without bolting. It is a very easy to grow plant and will do very well in your garden or in containers. You can plant this variety outside very early in the spring. Up to 3-4 weeks before the average last frost date. Soak your seeds in water prior to planting. The chard seed is actually a dried fruit that contains multiple seeds, so it is very important to thin your plants. If multiple sprouts emerge from your single seed, thin right away to a single sprout. It grows best in full sun, but can do ok in partial shade.

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