For those of you who have grown chard, feel free to laugh at me now. Chard is one of those wonderful plants that gifts you perpetual leaves to eat - all season. I planted enough to start a small side business in it.
I gave up on trying to keep up with our chard early July.
Not long ago - September maybe - an elderly neighbour came knocking on our door, asking how much I would sell my chard out front for. Nothing, take it, please! I handed him extra grocery bags to fill. Before he left, he asked, "Why did you plant so much chard?" I'm sure I turned at least one of the colors to be found in that rainbow chard.
Linked to Simple Lives Thursday, Harvest Monday, Barn Hop, Bloomin' Tuesday, Garden Tuesday, WFMW, Outdoor Wednesday.