Not only does the color of this beet make it stand apart, but so does the flavor. Golden beets are known for being extra sweet and less "earthy" than their red counterparts. Grown alongside red, white, and candy-striped beets, your harvest will create a playful plate of color at the table. Improved germination and performance over other golden cultivars. Best at 1"–3" round.
Botanical Name: Beta vulgaris
Days to Maturity: 85–90 Days
Hardiness: Frost-tolerant biennial grown as an annual
Plant Dimensions: Leaf tops are 12"-18" tall.
Variety Information: Golden, globe-shaped roots up to 3" in diameter.
Attributes: Frost Tolerant