Swiss chard is pretty ubiquitous these days. It’s widely available in grocery stores, but just like ornamental kales and cabbages, Swiss chard is finding its way into nurseries as a way to add a little color to your winter garden. You may have planted some ‘Bright Lights’ Swiss chard and not realized those green leaves with the colorful yellow, pink and orange midribs are edible.
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