Chard- Canary

Chard- Canary

Brand: Whitwam Organics
Item Number: 3104-01

Regular price $3.75 On Sale

Estimated Arrival: Between Sep 29 and Oct 04. * ETA for USA only

Chard- Canary

Beta vulgaris var. cicla

Canary yellow chard is another stunning vibrant chard to add to your cool season garden. Its bright yellow stalks and veins contrast beautifully with rich green crinkly leaves. They reach maturity in 55-60 days, and can be harvested as early as 30-40 days for baby greens, which are more ideal for eating raw in a salad. Mature leaves are delicious stir-fried or in soups. 

 All chards are packed with copious amounts of vitamins K, A, and C! Also a good source of dietary fiber, magnesium, potassium, iron, calcium, copper, zinc, phosphorus and vitamin E! Despite their name, swiss chards originate from the Mediterranean region, where it has long been prized for it's lengthy growing season and tolerance of sandier soils, not to mention its nutrition and flavor. 

Days to germination  7-14 days
Days to maturity 30-60 days
Life cycle Biennial
Plant time August-April
Spacing 18-24 in.
Sun full sun part shade
Soil temperature 50-85 degrees F
Optimum soil P.H 6.0-6.5
Height 14-24in
Harvest October through June

Chard- Canary

Beta vulgaris var. cicla

Canary yellow chard is another stunning vibrant chard to add to your cool season garden. Its bright yellow stalks and veins contrast beautifully with rich green crinkly leaves. They reach maturity in 55-60 days, and can be harvested as early as 30-40 days for baby greens, which are more ideal for eating raw in a salad. Mature leaves are delicious stir-fried or in soups. 

 All chards are packed with copious amounts of vitamins K, A, and C! Also a good source of dietary fiber, magnesium, potassium, iron, calcium, copper, zinc, phosphorus and vitamin E! Despite their name, swiss chards originate from the Mediterranean region, where it has long been prized for it's lengthy growing season and tolerance of sandier soils, not to mention its nutrition and flavor. 

Days to germination  7-14 days
Days to maturity 30-60 days
Life cycle Biennial
Plant time August-April
Spacing 18-24 in.
Sun full sun part shade
Soil temperature 50-85 degrees F
Optimum soil P.H 6.0-6.5
Height 14-24in
Harvest October through June