Dark, lush green leaves and can be eaten raw or sauteed.
This dark leafy green chard has been used in Italian foods like pasta, risotto, and pizza! Green chard has dark, lush green leaves and can be eaten raw when their leaves are younger or sauteed when the leaves have matured.
REGION OF ORIGIN
Once the first leaves appear, pick out the largest plant, remove the others by hand, or cut them at the base with small scissors. (thinning) See grow guide.
The chard will grow to full size after approximately 35 days.
Cut off the individual leaves from the main stem starting from the bottom.