Ruby Queen Beet Seed

Latin Name: Beta vulgaris

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HarvestingHarvest when Mature
Growing ConditionsField Crop, Grows Well in Containers
Additional CharacteristicsAAS (All-American Selections) Winner, Best Suited for Spring & Fall Crop, Recommended for Summer Planting for Fall Harvest, Recommended for Winter Harvest, Cold Tolerant, Easy to Grow, Early Harvest, Fast Growing
Flowering MonthFlowers for Reproduction
Garden StyleKitchen Culinary
Lighting ConditionsFull Sun
Seed TypeHeirloom, Open Pollinated
Days to Maturity55 Days
Stem TypeSingle Stem
Plant HardinessHardy
Plant Height7 - 15 inches
Plant LifecycleAnnual
Plant Moisture & ClimateWell-drained
Plant UsesEdible
ShapeRound, Root
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RB8580-8551
Ruby Queen Beet is a celebrated All-American Selection winner well loved for its exceptionally tender texture and delicious earthy flavor. This ringless, deep red heirloom variety is early maturing, prefers cooler temperatures and grows in almost all soil conditions. Ruby Queen beets hold their shape even when planted closely and are suitable for field planting and container gardening alike. This variety is excellent for canning as well as delicious fresh from the field. 55 days. Packet: 300 seeds.

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Ruby Queen Beet is a celebrated All-American Selection winner well loved for its exceptionally tender texture and delicious earthy flavor. This ringless, deep red heirloom variety is early maturing, prefers cooler temperatures and grows in almost all soil conditions. Ruby Queen beets hold their shape even when planted closely and are suitable for field planting and container gardening alike. This variety is excellent for canning as well as delicious fresh from the field. 55 days. Packet: 300 seeds.

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