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Chioggia Beet (Barbietola di Chioggia) 
Beta vulgaris
While this once-rare heirloom beet was first mentioned by Vilmorin in 1840 under the name Bassano Beet, it originated many years earlier in the salt marshes of Chioggia south of Venice. Aside from its sweet flavor, the beet features eye catching red stripes when sliced horizontally. Once considered a luxury beet for the Venetian nobility it has now become the darling of trendy bistro chefs. Minimum 30 seeds 

Chioggia Beet (Barbietola di Chioggia)

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