GREEN TOP BUNCHING

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(Beta vulgaris)  Mediterranean heirlooom first introduced onto the market in 1940.  Flattened, globe shaped, bright red crimson roots with slight zoning and leafy growth to 38cm - leaves are much more tender, flavoursome and prolific than regular beetroot plants and are best harvested from 4 weeks onwards.  A versitile plant with both roots and leaves eaten.  Roots are ideal for cooking or pickling.  Leaves hold their bright green colour when heated and may be cooked like spinach, used in salads as baby leaf or juiced.  180 seeds
 

(BEETROOT63753)

SKU BEETROOT63753
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m

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