Gardening: Swiss Chard




The leaves are so green.




Look at these growing beauties, makes you feel healthier already. Lol


The leaves took a beating during the storms.


These are all edible plants, tomato on the left, the swiss chard, ochro in the black pot, the one with the red pigmentation is also an edible spinach.


The plants look so healthy. (That is eggplant with the white flowers nearby)


Ready for eating. And these are so so good to eat. 

Published by gifted50

I am a lover of God, most things from nature, (not worms or snakes) and photography. I love dancing, music, reading, learning new things. I am a wife, a mother, a daughter, a sister, a friend. I am a Registered (Emergency Room) Nurse by profession. The intent behind this blog is to share tips on how we can become healthier and better versions of ourselves as we journey life's road together. I write about my life experiences, health, childhood lessons, my relationship with God and man and heed the promptings of the Holy Spirit. So let us journey alongside each other. "Keep good company, read good books, love good things and cultivate soul and body as faithfully as you can" ~ Louisa May Alcott.

14 thoughts on “Gardening: Swiss Chard

    1. Bought new soil at the start, we have been getting plenty of rain recently. Otherwise my mom I think is the one with the real green thumb.
      It they are too exposed try putting them we they may be shaded for part of the day until they get a little older.


      1. We have not been getting much rain lately. I planted some zuchinni in a pot, but they do not look so great. They are on the porch where it has more shade. Thanks for the advice.


  1. Mmm! I love all these plants when brought to the table. The spinach with the red pigment it quite a rare species in the country. I am seeing it for the first time here. Thank you, Gifted50 I really enjoy this post.


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