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 fully grown. For roasting or processing, the smooth, deep red beets have pink internal rings and a very sweet flavor.
Botanical Name : Beta vulgaris 'Ruby Queen'
Common name : Ruby queen beet
Size at maturity : 10"-12"
Days to maturity : 50-60 Days
Light requirement : Sun/Partial Shade
Planting time : spring
Sowing method : Direct Sow
Planting depth : 1/2"- 1"
Plant spacing : 3"
Ships : Year-round
Average seeds per ounce : Approx. 1,000