Beautiful color and sweetness make home-grown heirloom beets a great choice for fresh eating or canning. Tasty beet greens are a bonus!
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Selected by Dutch seedsman Kees Sahin from the French variety Crapaudine for the darkest-colored leaves. Remarkably beautiful red-purple tops. The ...
Unusual and tasty — the greens are good too! May be used for making sugar.
Bull’s Blood (Baker Creek)
This popular heirloom beet has a beautiful, deep-red color and reddish-purple leaves! Very sweet and delicious, the baby leaves are ...
First introduced to American gardeners in the late 1840s from Italy. Uniquely beautiful flesh has alternating red and white concentric ...
Improved Crosby's strain was first introduced to this country in 1869. A quality heirloom beet that is early, tender and ...
ark-red flesh is free from rings, sweet and easy to peel. Very productive in small …
Cylindra (Baker Creek)
Tender and sweet, Cylindra is also known as “Butter Slicer” because of its wonderful …
Detroit Dark Red
Our most popular, all-purpose garden variety; uniform and smooth, blood-red flesh …
An old, pre-1811 variety that is perfect pickled, fresh, cooked or in borscht.
Very sweet tasting, this golden-yellow variety dates back to the 1820′s or before.