Perpetual spinach Chard (Beta Vulgaris) Also known as 'Spinach Beet', 'Leaf Beet,' Perpetual spinach chard is an old European variety introduced around 1869 and is an older version of the swiss chard we've all come to know and love. Perpetual spinach chard leaves taste in between a spinach and a chard (but leaning more towards a spinach). Before planting, soak seeds overnight to ensure good germination. The plants love both partial and full sun. Sow in spring for crops through summer and autumn. Or alternatively, sow after midsummer, for the heaviest production overwinter and through to the following spring. Plant seeds 1/2 in deep and space 8 inches- 1 ft apart.
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A perrenial pre-heirloom with a natural lemon flavor to its leaf. Excellent for hair-loss and balding. Also good for hypertension, high blood pressure and much more.
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This heirloom seed dates back to the 1700s and is a type of butterhead lettuce. Ancient, wild, indigenous, pre-heirloom and heirloom seeds have s stronger genetics and are therefore less susceptible to disease. This also allows them to have a higher nutritional value.