Vegetables Beets Beet Greens
Beet Greens
Beet Greens
Here is a selection of beet varieties recommended for their delicious, tender foliage rather than their roots. Harvest the leaves at baby-leaf size for a bright, attractive addition to salads, or grow to full size for bunching. Since beets with their tops intact do not ship well, growing these varieties allows you to enjoy something otherwise difficult to find.
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Heirloom variety with deep burgundy leaves for salad or microgreens.
Deep burgundy leaves for salad or microgreens.
35 baby leaf; 58 roots
Heirloom variety with deep burgundy leaves for salad or microgreens.
Deep burgundy leaves for salad or microgreens.
35 baby leaf; 58 roots
Great for greens and beetroots.
Great for greens and beetroots.
35 baby leaf; 45 full-size leaf; 55 roots
Beautiful, healthy leaves for bunching and baby leaf.
Beautiful, healthy leaves for bunching and baby leaf.
32 baby leaf; 40 full-size leaf
Clean, attractive leaves for bunching and baby leaf.
Clean, attractive leaves for bunching and baby leaf.
34 baby leaf; 42 full-size leaf
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