White Albino Beet (Beta vulgaris)
White Albino beet plants produce a high yield of sweet white beets. The beets are now fully white and will never stain! This gourmet beet works well when boiled, pickled, baked, or frozen. This heirloom beet from Holland is smooth...
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Sugar Beets (Beta vulgaris)
Sugar beet roots are oval, conical, to elongated, tapered roots and an irregular appearance due to soil and growing conditions. The skin is rough, cream-colored, and firm, and it is attached to slender, leathery, and edible green tops .The flesh...
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Ruby Queen Beet (Beta vulgaris)
For more than 50 years, Ruby Queen beets have been a favorite in American gardens. At the baby leaf point, Ruby Queen produces crunchy, succulent leaves and stalks with a fine, mild flavor, as well as large, uniform bulbs when...
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Red Mammoth Fodder Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Red Mammoth fodder Beets grow a massive amount of edible beet leaves as well as a huge root .To reach full size, these beets prefer deep tilled, free draining, sandy soil. Enable your animals to graze on the tops, harvest...
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Golden Detroit Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Golden Detroit With round, orange roots and golden flesh, beets are sweet and tender. The tops are a rich, glossy green color and full of nutrients. Roots develop quickly, but even when they are very large, they maintain their sweet...
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Early Wonder Beet (Organic) (Beta vulgaris)
'Early Wonder', introduced in 1911, is an excellent beet for both greens and bunching. Fast-growing with smooth leaves. Smooth, dark roots are somewhat flat.This early variety produces high-quality greens that are perfect for canning and are ideal for the home...
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Early Wonder Beet (Beta vulgaris)
The Early Wonder beet is a common heirloom beet variety that yields a lot of deep red roots. A common beet that is tasty, matures quickly, and yields a lot of greens. Beets can be used in a variety of...
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Detroit Dark Red Beet (Organic) (Beta vulgaris)
Dark red round roots that are succulent flesh infused with deep, sweet flavor. Perfect for pickling, roasting, and even raw in salads! The greens rival chard and spinach for tenderness and flavor, and are very nutritious. Tops are great for salads...
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Detroit Dark Red Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Detroit Dark Red heirloom beets are vegetables that hail from Ontario, Canada and still the one to beat for flavor and long-term storage. It's a delicious, soft, and smooth storage beet that's also good for canning. And when wide and...
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Cylindra Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Cylindra produces unique elongated, slender roots that are ideal for slicing. Smooth textured skin, with rich red flesh and a sweet, subtly earthy flavour. Perfect for roasting, pickling, grating into slaws, or adding to pasta or risotto to infuse them...
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Crosby's Early Egyptian Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Crosby Egytian is the biggest early type beets that is know for keeping it's shape long into fall. The large, flattened beets are grown primarily above the soil but the skins don’t get the toughness of the upper portions of some...
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Chioggia Beet (Organic) (Beta vulgaris)
Originally from Italy, heirloom Chioggia Beets were first introduced to America in the late 1840s. Dark pink on the outside, the inside features concentric rings of pink and white. The candy cane like appearance is as pretty as it is...
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Chioggia Beet (Beta vulgaris)
Chioggia beets are wonderful for both fresh eating and pickling .It retains its markings if roasted whole and sliced just before serving. This is an Italian heirloom from the town of Chioggia, near Venice. It's beautiful and sweet flavored. Sliced...
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Bull's Blood Beet (Organic) (Beta vulgaris)
English heirloom with dark-red leaves have a particularly pleasant flavor. Upright leaves have best color in early spring and fall. The deep red colour of both the leaves and root are thought to contain high levels of nutrients and antioxidants, which...
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Bull's Blood Beet (Beta vulgaris)
"Bull's Blood" is an old red beetroot variety which is believed to have originated in the Netherlands from the very old French variety "Craupadine".Bull's Blood beet is grown for its delicious, slightly globe-shaped beets and its flavorful , gorgeous leaves...
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