This is one of the toughest but tastiest plants you can grow in the home garden! I personally think this food crop is a must in the vegetable patch!
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Growing indoors now!
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Nice, heard of it but haven't grown. I don't like chard so it'd be nice to see if this tastes better.
When I was 16 I planted a garden of Turnips specifically grown for the greens. Damn they survived anything. They had a horseradish taste.
One of the following years I used some garden soil to fill some holes my beagle made in the backyard. Then I discovered that the turnips came with the soil and before you knew it… My backyard was more turnips than grass.
So what does it do for flowers?
Big thumbs up for you, i did not know about this vegetable thanks for the video…
Do you think it's a good plant for inside? I want to plant a lot of plants for my dormroom, preferebly edible plants. I don't have a lot of sunlight though.
Oh, goodness! That sounds like my kind of plant! Wonder how it would fare in Western New York? Thank you for sharing a part of your day with us!
Mangold, yes, it's great! ^ ^
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Has nothing to do with this video, need a little practical education… What kind of CAMERA do you use to shoot these videos and why? What accessories would you recommend? What Video Editing Programs do you use and why? What would you get if you had the funds?
Would you link me to ”perpetual spinach.” I'm shopping Amazon; swiss chard is also called perpetual spinach, I'd like to get the real deal! Thank you, your videos are fantastic! Much Lovr!