55 Days To Harvest: This heirloom variety belongs to the same family as chard and beets but the stems are thinner and its exceptionally tender leaves are smoother in shape and very similar to true spinach in flavour. As this biennial seldom bolts in its first year, leaves can be harvested all season long.
Sowing: Sow seed in early spring or again in late autumn in mild winter areas.
Comments: Harvest outer leaves first by cutting at the base of the stem, then working towards the centre. Harvest regularly for continuous supply of tender new growth.
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