Use the deep green tops raw for salads, or cooked like Swiss Chard as a nutrient side dish. Beet bottoms can be steamed, roasted, grilled, pickled, or added with other root vegetables and are incredible in just about any application. One of the more large beet varieties. Awesome for preserving. Fun Fact: This beet dates as late as the 1800s.
Approximate Seed Count: 1000
Days to Maturity: 60-80