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Beetroot , Detroit Round 'Golden Yellow'

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Beta vulgaris var. Conditiva, (Circa 1828 USA) - Beginners Golden Round, Victorian delicacy as something different from the usual red beetroot, this also won’t bleed & stain. Globe shaped, leaves light green, roots orange-yellow turning golden yellow when cooked. Tender, sweet-tasting & with a fine texture, resistant to bolting, Unusually the tops (Leaves) can also be eaten young in salads. Each beet seed produces 2 to 6 plants., Seed Count Approx - 50 to 60 avg

 SOWING - Seeds can be sown every few weeks from March onwards for a regular supply. You can make an early start in late February by sowing indoors and planting out under cloches in March. Beetroot seeds are relatively large and are easy to handle and space out along the row. Sow three seeds at 10cm (4in) spacings, 2.5cm (1in) deep, in rows 30cm (1ft) apart. Sow small batches at fortnightly intervals

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