Chard Seeds - Perpetual Spinach
Don’t get confused by the name—this really is a chard variety, not spinach, but you’d be hard-pressed to find the difference! It’s similar in size, shape, and appearance to a true spinach, but it yields for much longer than spinach usually does. It also has several characteristics unique to chard. Perpetual Spinach can resist mild frosts, so it’ll last from summer into the fall! Try this unusual chard today. 50 days to maturity. Beta vulgaris cicla.