Bulls Blood, Beet Seeds

Bulls Blood, Beet Seeds

The Bulls Blood beet produces dark red foliage that is great for salads! Bull's Blood is an old favorite that is great cooked and mixed in with salads. Use the leaves and root in salads for excellent contrast. Beet roots reach 2-3" round and are most tender harvested early. Inside flesh is deep red-maroon with pink rings inside. Very tolerant to heat and cold. Color intensifies as plants reach maturity.
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Key Attributes

Sun
Sun: Full Sun
Packet
Packet: 200 Seeds
Days To Maturity (# Days)
Days To Maturity (# Days): 58
Botanical Name
Botanical Name: Beta vulgaris

Product Details

Weight

0.018

Depth

0.3

Height

4.5

Width

3.25

Plant Height

12-14"

Botanical Name

Beta vulgaris

Seed Type

Seed

Additional Characteristics

Container Vegetables,Cool Season Vegetables,Heat Tolerant Vegetables,Juicing Vegetables

Seeds Per Gram

44

Seeds Per Pound

20,000

Row Spacing

24"

Packet

200 Seeds

Sow Depth

1/2"

Beet Shape

Round

Seeds Per Ounce

1,250

Fruit Color

Red

Breed

Open-pollinated

Sun

Full Sun

Maturity

Main Season

Growing Conditions

Container Friendly, Heat Tolerant

Cubic Inches

4.3875

Life Cycle

Annual

Sow Method

Transplant

Plant Spacing

2-4"

Categories

Beet

Germination

5,6,7,8,9,10

Days To Maturity (# Days)

58

Heirloom

Heirloom

Seeds Per Acre

22 lbs

Components

Growing Instructions

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