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(Beta vulgaris)  Dwarf variety of silverbeet with glossy, dark green leaves & thick white stem.  Has thicker, more suculent leaves than regular silverbeet.  Harvest individual leaves for use as 'baby spinach', or leave to mature, harvesting whole plant for use similar to bok choy.  Quick to grow, early to mature.  Disease resistant.  25 - 45 days.  320 seeds

(Silverbeet00901)

SKU Silverbeet00901
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

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