The most popular Heirloom beetroot since 1892.
It is highly nutritional and excellent for canning, pickling, juicing, and eating fresh.
It can be harvested for baby beets or grown on for full size.
All parts of the plant are edible. The leaves can be picked young to eat raw in salads, or the large leaves can be harvested and cooked like Chard or Kale.
Detroit Dark Red is a full, deep red globe beetroot with a dark green top. It is frost tolerant and can be direct sown four weeks before the last frost date.
Grow in Zones 2 - 10 - Frost Tolerant - Matures in 58 Days - Germination 4 - 7 Days
Heirloom - Non-GMO - Open Pollinated - Untreated Seed
500 Seeds/10 Grams
Zones: 2 – 10 Annual
Light: Full Sun/Part Shade
Sow within temperature range 50F - 75F. Sow thinly in a sunny position in drills 1/2" deep and 18" apart. Lightly cover seeds and firm down. Water gently and often to keep moist. Use mulch to help keep the top 1” of bulbs moist. Maturity 58 Days. Frost tolerant.
Seeds are for the current and following growing seasons. Plant Images and growing instructions are included on the seed envelope. Seeds are stored in environmental conditions that promote seed life (Dark/Dry/Cool).Plant with Confidence!