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beetroot 'Bulls Blood' (beet leaves)
beetroot 'Bulls Blood' (beet leaves)

beetroot 'Bulls Blood' (beet leaves)

beetroot Bulls Blood or Beta vulgaris 'Bull's Blood' / beet leaves

With its vividly-coloured deep burgundy leaves this plant is so striking it can be used in ornamental borders as well as on...

approx 80 seeds
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