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Beets

  • Annie’s Beet Blend (Beta vulgaris)

    Annie’s Beet Blend (Beta vulgaris)

    Annie’s Beet Blend (Beta vulgaris) A colorful mix including Detroit Dark Red, Detroit Golden, Chioggia, Bull’s Blood, and Cylindra beets. Rich in color, tender in texture and sweet in taste, Annie's hardy beets add nutrition-packed flavor...

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  • Chioggia Beet (Beta vulgaris)

    Chioggia Beet (Beta vulgaris)

    Chioggia Beet (Beta vulgaris) An iconic Italian heirloom also called Bassano. Slice open the fuchsia root to glimpse its bright bullseye pattern, and enjoy its mellow sweetness cooked fresh or pickled. Use this versatile beet’s green tops in lieu...

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  • Cylindra Beet (Beta vulgaris)

    Cylindra Beet (Beta vulgaris)

    Cylindra Beet (Beta vulgaris) A delectable Danish heirloom also known as Formanova. With a long, cylindrical shape, this dark red favorite is excellent for slicing. Sweet, rich, and simple to peel, cylindra is particularly productive in smaller spaces...

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  • Detroit Dark Red Beet (Beta vulgaris)

    Detroit Dark Red Beet (Beta vulgaris)

    Detroit Dark Red Beet (Beta vulgaris) A classic variety introduced in 1892 by D.M. Ferry & Company in Detroit, Michigan. This versatile heirloom produces spherical roots great for grilling, roasting, canning and more. Its baby beets are especially...

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  • Detroit Golden Beet (Beta vulgaris)

    Detroit Golden Beet (Beta vulgaris)

    Detroit Golden Beet (Beta vulgaris) This hardy heirloom sports tasty greens with yellow veins to match its vibrant roots. Sweet and mild, a Detroit Golden won’t stain like red beets making it a perfect choice for canning and cooking alike...

    $3.25
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  • Early Wonder Beet (Beta vulgaris)

    Early Wonder Beet (Beta vulgaris)

    Early Wonder Beet (Beta vulgaris) As its name suggests, the Early Wonder is the best beet for a short growing season. Sweet, rhubarb-red roots mature quickly beneath robust green leaves that make a fine substitute for chard, kale or spinach...

    $2.75