NAME: Lucullus Swiss Chard
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Perpetual Spinach
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Beta Vulgaris
COLOR: White Stems & Ribs with Light Green Leaves
PLANT SEEDS: Spring or Fall
HARVEST: 60 Days
HARDINESS ZONE: Annual
PLANT HEIGHT: 24 - 30"
PLANT SPACING: 9 - 12"
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average
QUANTITY: 300 Seeds
OTHER: Swiss Chard offers a continuous harvest of leaves (cut & come again), or the entire plant can be left to mature & harvested whole. The plants will tolerate some frost so can be planted in spring or fall. They can be overwintered in warmer climates, and/or reseed themselves for new early spring growth. Swiss Chard is easy to grow, disease resistant, & will tolerate poor soil & drought. The leaves can be enjoyed raw in salads, steamed, stir fried, or any way spinach is used. The stalks can be eaten like celery. And don't tell anybody, but they are good for you.
Lucullus is an heirloom Italian chard that tolerates both heat & cold well. It has large heavily crumpled leaves, & is a very heavy producer.
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Mar 16, 2021
looking forward to decent weather to plant them
Mar 13, 2018