Beta vulgaris L. subsp. vulgaris (Syn: (=) Beta altissima Steud.; (=) “Beta brasiliensis hort. ex Voss, nom. inval.“; (=) Beta chilensis hort.; (=) Beta cicla (L.) L.; (=) Beta vulgaris var. altissima Döll; (=) Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla (L.) Schübl. & G. Martens; (=) Beta vulgaris var. cicla L.; (=) Beta vulgaris var. conditiva Alef.; (=) Beta vulgaris subsp. flavescens Lam.; (=) Beta vulgaris var. flavescens (Lam.) DC.; (=) Beta vulgaris var. rapacea W. D. J. Koch; (=) Beta vulgaris f. rhodopleura (Alef.) Helm; (=) Beta vulgaris var. rubra DC.; (=) Beta vulgaris var. saccharifera Alef.; (=) Beta vulgaris [unranked] crassa Alef.);
 

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by Aarti S. Khale (Identified by Gurcharan Singh) & Gurcharan Singh (Inserted by J.M.Garg)

 

 

  

 

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Fruits & VegetablesWeek: Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris: Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris, cicla grup, with red petioles and leaf, often consumed as vegetable.


red winkled spinach


 

 

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Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris, cicla group, Swiss chard with green leaves, most commonly used as vegetable and salad.


 

 

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Another very delicious vegetable Mangold (Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris var. vulgaris) from my garden. It will take time, till I can consume it. http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mangold 


 

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Fruits & Vegetables: Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris Rainbow chard: Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris, cicla group, the rainbow chard often sold in markets with multicoloured leaves and petioles, used as vegetable.

– This is red spinach


 

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Beta vulgarisThe common beet plant with fleshy root, eaten as salad and source of beet sugar. Photographed from Delhi.


Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla (L.) J. Koch ‘Golden Swiss Chard’

Commonly sold in California. Photographed from Farmer’s market, Sunnyvale


Very beautiful colour of the petiole and midrib… really different, thanks sir for showing..


Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week :: Beta vulgaris : Mumbai : AK-6: A picture of Beetroot from Flower Show in Mumbai.


 

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Chenopodiaceae and Amaranthaceae Week: Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla (L.) J. Koch ‘Green chard’ from California:

Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla (L.) J. Koch ‘Green chard’
Another leafy vegetable photographed from Farmer’s market in Sunnyvale.


 

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Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris ‘Red Ace Beets’
Photographed from Farmers Market in Sunnyvale


Beautiful Chukandar…..

Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris ‘Golden Beets’
Another cultivar of beet with golden roots, photographed from Farmer’s market in Sunnyvale


Wonderful shot Sir. I think this variety is not available in India

 

 

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Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla (L.) J. Koch ‘Ruby Red Chard’
Another leafy vegetable photographed from Farmers Market in Sunnyvale.


 

 

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Spinach with Red Veins : 280114 : AK-30 Attachments (1). 9 posts by 3 authors.
Seen at a farm with other vegetables.

Cultivated plant.
Is this the normal Spinach?


All Palak (spinach) we eat in warmer parts of India is a variety of Beta vulgaris var. maritima earlier known as var. bengalensis, known as Indian spinach or beat leaf.

This one is a more typical Beta vulgaris.


You mean it to be Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris or Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima ?


Subsp. vulgaris 


 

 
 
 
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