Container Chard Pot of Gold - Renee&
Container Chard Pot of Gold - Renee&

Container Chard Pot of Gold - Renee's Garden Seeds

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Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris

Tasty, showy, and easy to grow, our Pot of Gold chard has brilliant golden stems that contrast beautifully with its deep green savoyed leaves. It’s a perfect choice for container growing because it is delicious, reliable and highly ornamental. These vigorous plants thrive in all climate zones to grace patio or small space gardens. They are also a striking addition to mixed beds and borders. You will enjoy mild-flavored, crunchy chard in the kitchen from spring through late fall. 
Seed Count: Approx. 100 / Weight: 3 g

Cold Winters

Mild Winters


Sow Seeds

Days to Germinate

Days to Harvest

April - May

Feb. - Sept.

Full sun or part shade

1 inch apart
1/2 inch deep

5 - 7 days

Approx. 50

Easiest to Start Seeds Outdoors For container sowing, use pots at least 12 in. in diameter and 12 in. deep and start with fresh potting mix. Plant seed in spring, after danger of frost is over, and/or again in mid-summer for fall harvests. Sow seed 1/2 in. deep and 1 in. apart in full sun. Keep evenly moist. When seedlings are several inches tall, gradually thin to 8 in. apart in containers and use the delicious thinnings for early greens. Be sure to thin seedlings well so the large, vase-shaped plants have room to mature. If planting in garden beds, thin seedlings to stand 12 in. apart.

Growing Notes Easy to grow chard can be grown year-round in mild winter areas. It prefers full sun, but will tolerate afternoon shade. Water regularly, checking containers daily in hot weather. Feed these fast growing, productive plants weekly with a good high-nitrogen fertilizer. Watch for snails and slugs.

Harvest and Use: Begin harvesting when plants are well established and have at least 6 to 8 stalks. Both the crunchy succulent stalks and leaves make great eating. Break stems off at the base of the plant, always leaving at least 3 to 4 stalks to allow for regrowth. Chard is delicious sautéed, steamed, braised or stirfried. It pairs beautifully with the flavors of olive oil, garlic and lemon. 

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