Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

This variety matures 35 days to baby leaf tops and 55-58 days for the beet root. Tops are exceptionally beautiful with a dark red-purple color and a remarkable sweet flavor. Roots show attractive candy striped zoning when sliced. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

This striking Italian variety has alternating red and white concentric rings that resemble a bull’s eye. Medium-height tops are all green with pink-striped stems. When baked whole and sliced just before serving this sweet variety retains its unique markings. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

Cylindra is a long smooth dark red beet averaging 6 to 8 inches by 1.5 to 2 inches. The size of Cylindra makes it excellent for uniform slicing. Interior flesh is dark-red, free from rings, sweet and easy to peel. Roots grow almost entirely underground with small reddish-green tops. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

Roots are nearly globe shaped at 2.5 to 3 inches in diameter with smooth skin. It has blood red color with virtually no zoning. This beet is a solid good keeping root. Medium green tops with tinges of red. Resistant to Downy Mildew. Matures in an average of 58 days. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

Excellent variety for greens or bunching. Vigorous dark-green leaves are tinged with maroon and grow up to 18 inch tall. Flattened globe shaped roots are dark purplish-red in color and mature in 50 to 60 days. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

This specialty beet has round orange roots with a rich gold interior that will not bleed like red beets. The roots are becoming increasingly popular in the small beet bunching market. Tender green leaves with attractive yellow stems add color and flavor to a salad mix. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

This very uniform high yielding hybrid variety has a fully erect growth habit. Mature leaves average 14 to 15 inches and are bright green in color. Dark red top shaped roots have no internal zoning and a high sugar content of 12-15%. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

This very uniform high yielding hybrid variety has a fully erect growth habit. Mature leaves average 12 to 13 inches and are green in color with a little red. Dark red, top shaped roots have no internal zoning and a high sugar content of 12-15%. Read More…

Beta vulgaris (Crassa group)

Ruby Queen is uniform and smooth. It has medium dark red globe shaped roots with no off color zones. It’s medium dull-green tops tinged with maroon grow 10 to 12 inches tall. Good for both fresh market and processing. Matures on an average of 55 to 60 days. Read More…