Bulls Blood Beet Seeds - Non-GMO - A Sweet and Tender Beet, Grown as Much for its Roots as it is for its Foliage. - Country Creek LLC
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Bulls Blood Beet
Description & Nutritional Value
"Bull’s Blood” beets (Beta vulgaris “Bull’s Blood”) are an annual vegetable, growing in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 2 through 11, that reaches 8 to 18 inches tall with red leaves and 2- to 3-inch-wide dark red roots. This easy care vegetable is ready for harvest 40 to 52 days after planting. Both the roots and tops are edible on this heirloom beet. Sowing beet seeds every three weeks throughout the spring and summer provides a continuous harvest of beets. Nutritional Value Baby Bull’s Blood beets contain potassium, fiber, vitamin A, folic acid, and calcium.
How To Grow
Beet microgreens are an excellent variety for first-time growers to plant, raise, and harvest. The seeds are easy to handle, in fact, beet microgreen seeds are on the large size. The planting tray needs to be covered or blacked out for 5 or 6 days. Even though they germinate around the third day, it's best to keep the seeds covered for a longer period. More on this later in the post. Small beets are more flavorful and tender than large beets which usually become fibrous, wrinkled or soft with age. Beets should be stored in cool dry locations.
All Seeds are grown and packaged in the U.S. (Each bag is individually labeled)
All seed lots are tested for germination.
Works great with any type of sprouter.