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CROSBY EGYPTIAN BEET (45 day heirloom)

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SKU: 33

HEIRLOOM 1880 This heirloom beet originated in Germany and is reputed to be the most widely grown beet in the world. The large, flattened beets are grown primarily above the soil but the skins don't get the toughness of the upper portions of some beets. Beets are very sweet and early without any "earthy" taste. 300 seeds.
HEIRLOOM 1880 This heirloom beet originated in Germany and is reputed to be the most widely grown beet in the world. The large, flattened beets are grown primarily above the soil but the skins don't get the toughness of the upper portions of some beets. Beets are very sweet and early without any "earthy" taste. 300 seeds. PLANTING: Indoors – 1/2” deep, 4-6 weeks before the last heavy frost. Sow into individual cells, transplant out as soon as possible (when first true leaves appear.) 3” apart in early spring, as soon as soil can be worked. Outdoors- Early spring 1/2” deep 1-2” apart with soil temperatures at 50 degrees. Soaking seed overnight aids in germination. Thin seedlings to 3-4” apart. Harvest- Begin picking at 1” for baby beets and up to 3” across for the most tender and best tasting. For best storage cut off the greens 2” above the top of the beet. Tip - Use the thinning’s for beet greens or plant a heavily seeded row for baby beet greens. Sow every 2 weeks for a continuous harvest

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Short Description HEIRLOOM 1880 This heirloom beet originated in Germany and is reputed to be the most widely grown beet in the world. The large, flattened beets are grown primarily above the soil but the skins don't get the toughness of the upper portions of some beets. Beets are very sweet and early without any "earthy" taste. 300 seeds.
SKU 33
Seed Varieties Beets

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