Thursday, September 6, 2012

Pot of Gold

 I ordered seeds for 'Pot of Gold' container chard from Renee's Garden to try this year as they had offered me a selection of seeds to trial and write about.
 It was delicious sautΓ©ed in a bit of EVO and garlic,
and steamed in a pot with an inch or two of water in the bottom.
It is recommended that a container with at least a 12 inch diameter be used for sowing the seeds which can be harvested after about 50 days.  
A great container vegetable that can be grown where there is no room in the ground or on a balcony.
I'm linking with Farm Fresh Friday and Fertilizer Friday.

9 comments:

  1. That looks really tasty. I love home grown veggies.

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  2. Seems like so little for so long. Can you tell how impatient I am? =D

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  3. The chard looks good. Dad used to grow it, but we haven't. Perhaps we should. As I scrolled through your blog, I feel the same boost that I feel when I cruse through the magazine aisle at the grocery store. I am trying to give up the magazine habit and it is blogs like yours that are helping me along.

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  4. These look great. I love greens and would love trying these.

    Yael from home Garden diggers

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  5. It looks wonderful, Judith! :)
    Hope you are enjoying a beautiful week!
    Hugs,
    Zuzu

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  6. Your chard looks good, Judith. The only chard I have ever grown was Swiss chard and I found it quite pretty but it wasn't so delicious, at least in my mind. I think I need to try yours!

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  7. This makes me want to go just make a fresh salad for lunch right now! I loved your post on tea... and wonder just how you do post and get the photos on via your iPad. I guess I need to go take a class but I just haven't found the time yet.

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