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‘Planting Vegetable Plants at the right time for your area is crucial.  Make sure you check for the last frost date and watch the weather carefully before planting."

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Seeds Beets - Mixed Colors
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This beautiful collection of organically grown beet seeds have edible green leaves and a mix of red, spiral red, and golden colored flesh! Very sweet and delicious.

Package contains approx 20 seeds per package of mixed colored beets

 
Shipping start date : 06-10-2019
Shipping end date : 06-10-2019
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This beautiful collection of organically grown beet seeds have edible green leaves and a mix of red, spiral red, and golden colored flesh! Very sweet and delicious. Package contains approx 20 seeds per package of mixed colored beets

When to Plant Beets

Beets like cool weather and grow well in the cooler temperatures in spring and fall. They do not like to grow in hot weather but they can be grown all winter long in southern climates. In Northern areas beets should not be planted until the temperature of the soil is at least 40 degrees F.

When growing beets from seeds, make sure you plant the seeds one to two inches apart in the row. You can cover the seeds lightly with loose soil, and then sprinkle it with water. You should see the plants start growing in seven to 14 days. If you want a continuous supply, plant your beets in several plantings, about three weeks apart from each other.

You can plant beets in partial shade, but you want their roots to reach a depth of at least 3-6 inches so a loose, friable soil is critical

When to Pick Beets

Harvesting beets can be done seven to eight weeks after the planting of each group. When the beets have reached the desired size, gently dig them up from the soil.

Beet greens can be harvested as well. Harvest these while the beet is young and the root has not yet formed completely for best flavor.

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