Did you ever notice that some guys and girls just "have it all?" This great little edible ornamental is that way, too.
While you can certainly use it to garnish your meals, the majority of use of 'Bright Lights' is for its good looks. You'll see it in large decorative pots and in flowerbed borders. It's the perfect companion to annuals and perennials, and you ought to grow it.
Give the ornamental Swiss chards, including 'Bright Lights' and 'Rhubarb', full or nearly full sun and highly organic, moist planting soil. Since you're growing it for its handsome leaves, all you'll need to add is an all-nitrogen plant food every 2 or 3 weeks. Just tablespoon per square foot, followed by a deep soaking.
Few pests both Swiss chard, but if something should stop by, your local Texas Master Certified Nursery Professional can offer solutions.
Simple as that. Get an early start, and you'll have a handsome addition all through the spring.