Beta vulgaris
Please refer to our Beet Growing Guide for cultural information.
Packet: Seed size varies considerably: 5 g (unless noted; average 380 seeds) sows approx. 30'.

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35 days for baby leaves, 60 days for roots. [1840, French variety.] Famous for its mild,...
$2.50
Item # 31106

35 days for baby leaves, 60 days for roots. [1840, French variety.] Famous for its mild,...
$6.25
Item # 31106E

52 days. [Pre-1840, Italian variety.] Beautiful scarlet-red garden beet with interior...
$2.50
Item # 31101

Waiting for more seed, hope to have bulk size available by 2/28/19 52...
$6.25
Out of Stock
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Item # 31101E

60 days. [Introduced 1880. The parent strain of the Egyptian beet was introduced from Germany...
$2.50
Item # 31102

55 days. [Danish heirloom] Rich red beets are tender sweets. 6 x 2 in. carrot-shaped beets...
$2.50
Item # 31107

60 days. [1892. Developed from the popular variety Early Blood Turnip.] Widely adapted,...
$2.50
Item # 31103

60 days. [1892. Developed from the popular variety Early Blood Turnip.] Widely adapted,...
$5.50
Item # 31103E

50 days. [1911] Used for early spring sowings, this versatile beet has choice tall tops...
$2.50
Item # 31104

50 days. [1911] Used for early spring sowings, this versatile beet has choice tall tops...
$5.50
Item # 31104E

76 days. One of the sweeter varieties available. An excellent keeper, a beet developed before the...
$3.25
Item # 31105

54 days. [Alan Kapuler] Open-pollinated variety from a mix of beets with two shades of red...
$2.75
Item # 31111

54 days. [Alan Kapuler] Open-pollinated variety from a mix of beets with two shades of red...
$7.50
Item # 31111E