A globe-rooted, 19th century, USA heirloom beet with golden-orange skin, sweet golden-yellow flesh and bright green leaves which are tasty when cooked. It is resistant to bolting and if harvested young retains its flavour well.
Sow where the plants are to grow, 1/2 inch deep, 4-6 inches apart, in full sun on a neutral (non-acid) soil. Most "seeds" are really capsules containing multiple seeds, so thinning to single plants is necessary. If thinned gradually, they can be enjoyed as greens. Keep soil moist.
Packet Content:200 (Approx)