That name's quite a mouthful and so is this leafy colourful plant! Also known as rainbow chard this chenopod features hilighter-esque coloured veins in dark green leafy leaves and a refreshingly bitter taste. Along with doing double duty as an ornamental edible is also incredibly drought resistant - mine is flourishing in this heat wave!
I had thrown a bunch of seeds in a small container of soil then forgot about it when it got tucked behind some junk on the roof. By the time I found it there were tons of medium size seedlings, completely root bound but quite healthy. I figured I'd transplant all of them and see what happens, they're pretty resilient!
Did you know rainbow chard roots are rainbow? Neither did I until I pulled them out of the container!