Greens onions are also known as spring onions, scallions, or salad onions. Green onions are actually baby, immature onions that are picked before they fully grow. The bulb is younger and is cut while the tops are still green. They have tiny white or pale-green bulbs at the end of long green tops. There are slight age differences and bulb types between scallions and green onions, but they are often considered the same vegetable.
Swiss chard is a leafy green belonging to the Chenopodioideae family, which also includes beets and spinach. Grown worldwide, it’s prized for its ability to grow in poor soils and its low need for water and light.
There are many types of Swiss chard, some of which have colorful, jewel-toned stalks and veins, making this vegetable particularly pleasing to the eye.
Swiss chard is a low-calorie vegetable that is high in magnesium, iron, potassium and vitamins A, C and K.