(Beta vulgaris) Heirloom & a descendant of the 19th century 'Early Blood Turnip'. Flattened red globe bulbs, with light zones. Bright green tops. Quick growing. Excellent flavour. 40-60 days.
20g (approx. 1643 seeds)
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