(Beta vulgaris) Mix of heirloom beets of various colours & shapes including Bulls Blood, Burpee's Golden Globe, Chioggia, Crosby's Egyptian Flat, Cyl
(Beta vulgaris) American heirloom dating back to 1900's & originally grown for its attractive leaves. Attractive, deep-red foliage displaying a dark
(Beta vulgaris var. crassa) Heirloom first introduced by W. Atlee Burpee Company in 1828. Dark, golden coloured roots with deep yellow, tender & mil
(Beta vulgaris) Heirloom, first introduced in the mid 1840's and originating from Italy. Nicknamed the 'Candycane Beet'. Slightly flattened root wi
(Beta vulgaris)Heirloom dating back prior to 1885 and named after Josiah Crosby, a Boston market gardener. Purplish red, flattened root which forms l
(Beta vulgaris) Heirloom, originally from Denmark dating back prior to 1880. Long cylindrical root 15-25cm, uniform dark red, excellent for slicing.
(Beta vulgaris) Heirloom first introduced by D M Ferry & Co in 1892, Canada. Globe shape, dark-red roots to 80mm with excellent flavour. Prolific.
(Beta vulgaris) One of the oldest surviving varieties from 18th century England. When cooked, the root gives off a thick, red juice which is similar
(Beta vulgaris) Heirloom & a descendant of the 19th century 'Early Blood Turnip'. Flattened red globe bulbs, with light zones. Bright green tops.
(Beta vulgaris) Also known as 'Mangel' & traditionally widely used across Europe as cattle feed as early as 1500's. Includes Red Mammoth, Giant Whit
(Beta vulgaris) Large, golden orange, rounded roots with similar flavour & texture as red beetroot but do not bleed when cut. Sweet when harvested a
(Beta vulgaris) European heirloom dating back to 1767. Also known as 'Mangold' or 'Mangel Beet'. Large, oval root up to 24kg with orange-yellow ski
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