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        Chard

        The chard plant is actually a variety of beet (Beta vulgaris) grown for its leaves rather than the dark red root that common garden beets are known for. This leafy plant has been grown as a food source for thousands of years in Europe, but can now be found in vegetable gardens across the world.

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        The chard plant is actually a variety of beet (Beta vulgaris) grown for its leaves rather than the dark red root that common garden beets are known for. This leafy plant has been grown as a food source for thousands of years in Europe, but can now be found in vegetable gardens across the world.

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        The chard plant is actually a variety of beet (Beta vulgaris) grown for its leaves rather than the dark red root that common garden beets are known for. This leafy plant has been grown as a food source for thousands of years in Europe, but can now be found in vegetable gardens across the world.

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        The chard plant is actually a variety of beet (Beta vulgaris) grown for its leaves rather than the dark red root that common garden beets are known for. This leafy plant has been grown as a food source for thousands of years in Europe, but can now be found in vegetable gardens across the world.

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