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(More fully "rhubarb Swiss chard") a variety of Swiss chard, Beta vulgaris var. cicla, with red leaf-stalks and midribs, grown for culinary use or ornament.
1940s; earliest use found in Burpee's Seed Catalogue for 1941.
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