Long, highly toothed, mid green leaves with a now well-known strong tangy taste.
Rosettes of small light to mid green leaves on long stems. High in vitamin C, and fresh and cleansing.
Beta vulgaris var. cicla
Ace-of-spades leaves, glossy green with striking white/yellow/pink/crimson midribs and veins. Mild flavour with a metallic hint. Very high in carotene, sodium and iron.
Ace-of-spades, slightly serrated leaves. Usually deep red and glossy, with a rich “earthy” beetroot taste.
Long, feathery, dark brown-black leaves with a firm texture and sweet aniseed flavour. High in potassium and minerals and with digestive properties.
Lobed, triple-leaflet, light green leaves with a crunchy texture and strong celery flavour. High in sodium.
Jagged three-part mid green leaves on a long stem, pungent sweet “curry” flavour; buttery texture.
Lance-shaped light green leaves which are zesty and lemony with thirst-quenching properties.
Small rounded pale green leaves with curling tendrils. Crunchy texture and mild pea flavour.
Similar colour and flavour but the leaves are ace-of-spades shape
Small oval green or bright yellow, with strong “herbal lozenge” flavour.