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Organic Vegetables - Organic Beet Seeds

Beets! Beets have many uses that have been discovered over the years. In the old times, they developed giant fodder beets that were mostly used for feeding animals. Over the years, the sugar beet was developed as a great source for sugar. In our day, beets are available in various shades of red, yellow, white, purple, and even striped beets like the Organic Chioggia! There are beets that are mostly prized for their roots, while others have greens that are also taste good. If you really want good beet greens, check out our Organic Swiss chard seeds, because those are the same species but are simply bred to produce better greens than roots. Whatever you choose, you'll just want to plant out your heirloom beet seeds in the cooler seasons of spring or fall because they do best in cool weather.
  • Out of Stock Organic Bull's Blood Beet Seeds Open Pollinated Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Organic Crosby's Egyptian Beet Seeds Open Pollinated Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Organic Detroit Dark Red Beet Seeds Open Pollinated Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Organic Early Wonder Beet Seeds Open Pollinated Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Organic Golden Detroit Beet Seeds Open Pollinated Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Organic Green Top Bunching Beet Seeds Open Pollinated Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
  • Organic Lutz Green Leaf Beet Seeds Open Pollinated Quick View

    Starting at $2.50 USD
Beets! Beets have many uses that have been discovered over the years. In the old times, they developed giant fodder beets that were mostly used for feeding animals. Over the years, the sugar beet was developed as a great source for sugar. In our day, beets are available in various shades of red, yellow, white, purple, and even striped beets like the Organic Chioggia! There are beets that are mostly prized for their roots, while others have greens that are also taste good. If you really want good beet greens, check out our Organic Swiss chard seeds, because those are the same species but are simply bred to produce better greens than roots. Whatever you choose, you'll just want to plant out your heirloom beet seeds in the cooler seasons of spring or fall because they do best in cool weather.