Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Beta vulgaris

50 seeds/pack   |   55-60 days   

This open pollinated beet variety yields a mix of golden, pink and orange roots with delicious greens. Breeding work by Alan Kapuler of Oregon. 

$3.25

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Beta vulgaris

50 seeds/pack   |   55-60 days   

This heirloom red beet produces the best of both worlds with sweet large red roots and succulent large green leaf and stem tops. The roots can grow to a very large size but stay sweet and are a great choice for winter storage right in the garden!

$3.25

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Beta vulgaris

50 seeds/pack   I   60 days

This is a fantastic deep red beet used for both greens and roots. The lush greens grow quickly and can be used before the beet is completely mature. The disease resistant roots are very uniform and round. Great variety for canning.

$3.25

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Beta vulgaris

75 seeds/pack  | 55 days   

With brilliant golden roots that retain their color when cooked, Touchstone Gold is sweet and tender with succulent green leaves. Sow golden beets in late spring and succession plant every few weeks for a plentiful harvest. These will store in the ground, remaining sweet and tender. Thin seedlings for large roots.

$3.25