Beta vulgaris Swiss Chard


This Swiss Chard has a deep crimson stalk that runs into the veins of the leaves. The leaves are glossy dark and heavily crumpled. Cardinal’s stalks can be cooked like asparagus while the leaves like spinach. However both can be used raw.

  • 45 days to maturity for baby leaf.
  • 75 days to maturity for bunching greens.
  • Can be grown in containers.
  • Can be grown as sprouts.
  • Seed Count: 28000
  • Height: 12-18 Inches

Characteristics & Attributes

Federal Min Germ
SWISS CHARD CARDINAL Beta vulgaris Swiss Chard from Seeds by Design