Organic Lutz Green Leaf Beet Seeds

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Lutz Green Leaf beet is prized for it’s excellent winter storage qualities. With large sweet roots and succulent greens, this beet is so tasty eaten raw, cooked, or pickled.

Organic Chioggia Beet Seeds

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Chioggia Beets

An Italian heirloom variety, the Chioggia beet is beautiful with an excellent sweet flavor. Its sliced roots reveal a gorgeous bulls-eye pattern of alternating white and pinkish-red rings.

Growing Beets

growing beets

Growing Beets Beets are a perfect crop for the backyard or small-scale grower. They are easy to grow (with our tips and tricks), can thrive in small spaces, and are best tasting when fresh from the garden. Growing beets is … Read More

Organic Boro Beet Seeds

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Boro beet seeds produce tender and juicy roots bursting with outstanding sweet and balanced flavor; their greens grow quickly for use in the kitchen. This fast-growing and uniform hybrid beet was an absolute star on our farm. If you love beets, Boro beet seeds will not disappoint!

Organic Detroit Dark Red Beet Seeds

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A classic beet with deep red color. Beets are best when grown in light soils that allow them to form their root easily. Compost can help improve your soil structure. If good, light soil is unavailable, grow in a container filled with a light potting mix!

Organic Golden Beet Seeds

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Golden Beet

Golden Beets are mild flavored and prized for its color that does not stain! Beets are best when grown in light soils. Compost can help improve your soil structure. If good, light soil is unavailable, grow in a container filled with light potting mix! Beet greens are just as tasty as the roots!

Organic Bulls Blood Beet Seeds

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Bulls Blood beet is a gorgeous beet that is a dual purpose, providing ample beet greens and sweet roots that are great for cooking. The dark red leaves make for great additions in salads and stir-fry dishes. Beets are happiest when they are given appropriate spacing and thinned.

Organic Early Wonder Beet Seeds

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Early Wonder Beet

Early Wonder beet is an early producing variety with deep red and purple leaves and dark red bulbs. This particular variety of beet is grown for its colorful leaves and beautiful dark centers. Early Wonder is excellent to plant in shorter seasons since it produces in only 50 days.

Holiday Gift Guide 2022

Gifts for gardeners — that they will actually use — is back for the holidays! Our 2022 Holiday Gift Guide will make shopping meaningful, impactful, and fun with unique and valuable gifts to help the gardeners in your life grow … Read More

Organic Patio Pride Pea Seeds

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Sweet, tender Patio Pride sugar snap peas mature in just 40 days! Compact vines are ideal for containers or small spaces. Peas are best grown in the cooler months with a trellis for support. Succession plant for a season-long harvest!

Cipollini Red Onion Seeds

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Cipollini Red Onion seeds produce small, red, flattened bulbs that can be eaten raw or cooked. This Italian heirloom is a short day length variety popular for its small size, firm texture, and mild flavor. Wonderfully sweet when cooked; great for slicing and pickling too.

Vegetable Container Size Chart

Vegetable Container Size Chart

Use our Vegetable Container Size Chart (included within the body of this post below) to finally know what pot sizes you need for the vegetables you are planting. No more guessing! For new gardeners, especially those growing in pots and containers … Read More

Spring Planting 2022

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Winter Crops for Southern California

Winter Crops for Southern California- Beets

Winter Crops for Southern California Winter can be one of the most pleasurable times to garden in Zones 9 and 10. Even though some significant changes happen in the winter garden, you still can produce tons of yummy food and … Read More