RAINBOW CHARD 0.01kg (10g)

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(Beta vulgaris)  New Zealand heirloom, first introduced in 1849.  Large, dark green, crumpled leaves; stems of white, yellow, orange & red to 35cm length.  Attractive in the garden.  Stems blanch to white when cooked thoroughly, but will hold their colour when cooked lightly.  50-60 days.  

(Silverbeet02886-10)

SKU Silverbeet02886-10
Shipping Weight 0.0100kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m

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