[ lˈiːf bˈiːt], [ lˈiːf bˈiːt], [ l_ˈiː_f b_ˈiː_t]
Related words: beetroot leaves, beet leaf plant, beet leaves soup, beet leaf pesto, beet leaf tea, beet leaf benefits
How to use "Leaf beet" in context?
Leaf beet is a type of beet plant that lacks the greens and root system of a common beet. The leaves of leaf beet grow independently from the main root system, making them ideal for those who want to reduce the amount of mess made when beet gardening. Leaf beet is a hardy plant that can grow in a wide range of climates and soils, making it a great option for those who want to grow their own vegetables.
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