Your grandmother's favorite is back!

Delicious and nutritious, your grandmother's favorite is back! Of all the greens for gardens, this is many people's No. 1 favorite. The reason is simple. Swiss Chard tastes great. It's also easy to grow, and easy to cook.

Swiss Chard Seeds

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    The famous 10" leaves with white midribs have a taste that has made "Fordhook Giant" the No. 1 Swiss Chard. Learn More →

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