Swiss Chard

Must be grown in soil as a microgreen
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  • Description

    Grow beautiful baby chard microgreens!

    Must be grown in soil as a microgreen not a sprout.

    Can be challenging to grow and not recommended for beginners.

    • Days to Sprout 8-12 days
    • Soak Time 4-12 hours
    • Yield 1/4 c dry seed yields 3/4 c microgreens
    • Storage Our seeds should sprout well for a year after you purchase them, if stored in a cool dry place. If you'd like to extend the germination life of your seeds, store them in the fridge. If you store your seeds in the freezer, they'll last even longer!
  • Nutritional Information

    An excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin E, vitamin A (in the form of beta-carotene) and the mineral manganese, and a good source of the mineral zinc, Swiss chard offers an outstanding variety of conventional antioxidants. With its very good supply of calcium and its excellent supply of magnesium and vitamin K, chard provides standout bone support.

  • Did You Know

  • Best Sprouting Method

  • Sprouting Directions

  • Canada Organic
  • USDA Organic
  • Non-GMO

Review Snapshot

Average Customer Rating (based on 2 reviews)

Customers most agreed on the following:

  • Best uses: In a Salad (2),
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle (2)

Ruth Ann

  • By: Ruth Ann Verified Buyer from Yadkinville has , NC US on March 2, 2019
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

I found Swiss chart the hardest to get satisfying results. It seemed germination rate was only about 50%. I think I will use the remainder of my seed in my growing pots on my back deck. Fresh chard leaves in my summer salads will be most enjoyable.

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Ruth Ann

  • By: Ruth Ann Verified Buyer from Yadkinville has , NC US on March 2, 2019
  • Best uses: In a Salad
  • Describe Yourself: Healthy Lifestyle

I found Swiss chart the hardest to get satisfying results. It seemed germination rate was only about 50%. I think I will use the remainder of my seed in my growing pots on my back deck. Fresh chard leaves in my summer salads will be most enjoyable.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful. Was this review helpful to you? Yes | No