Beta vulgaris

 

Sea Beet - is a member of the family Chenopodiaceae, and consists of only the top green leaves; its native to the coasts of Europe, northern Africa, and southern Asia. The sea beet lives in the wild along some shores in Great Britain. The sea beet is the wild ancestor of common vegetables such as beetroot, sugar beet, and Swiss chard; Its leaves have a pleasant texture and taste when served raw or cooked, and because of this it also known as wild spinac

Sea beet

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