Volunteer Swiss Chard Plants 7.31.2021



This is my Swiss Chard that are actually volunteers. Yes, I did not plant them yet they are growing. It came about as I did have a Swiss Chard plant that did go to seed. Some of the seed did fall to the ground and these plants are the results of the seed that fell from the plant.

These plants are somewhat under my one of my solar panels and since I do like to spray off my solar panels as when I do that, I knock off any dust that will settle on them. Dust on the solar panels will reduce the efficiency of the solar panels. Also by spraying them off, it also cools them down and the result is more wattage, when they are cooled off from the hot sun.

So when I do spray off the solar panels I also spray these Swiss Chard with water.

I have other Swiss Chard also.


These Swiss Chard plants were volunteers also. It was just that they were in a place inconvenient as I wanted to put my solar panels stands where they were, so I transplanted these.

I chose this location as there is a big leak from my garden hose, but that is a good thing as when I do spray off my solar panels, the leak from the garden hose does water these Swiss Chard plants. I put bricks in that area to help direct the water, so the water will be used to puddle around these Swiss Chard plants.

I think they are growing quite nicely.

Let's end with a scripture, as it is written, In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, the tree of life, which bare twelve fruits, yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree for the healing of the nations. Revelation 22:2.

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