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Organic Touchstone Gold Beet
Organic Touchstone Gold Beet


 
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Sweeter and more tender than red beets, each brilliant yellow root holds its color when cooked. Their yellow-stemmed greens are tender and mild, as well.

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Organic Touchstone Gold Beet Sweeter and more tender than red beets, each brilliant yellow root holds its color when cooked. Their yellow-stemmed greens are tender and mild, as well. Yellow beets tend to germinate less is cool soils compared to red beets; we plant ours in the Finger Lakes in late May/early June and again every few weeks for successions of roots all summer long. For winter storage we plant in early August. Touchstone Gold roots can get over 2 pounds and still remain tender when thinned and watered well.

55 days to maturity

Beta vulgaris
Perfect Things to Plant in the Fall

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5 of 5 Globes of sunshine October 29, 2019
Reviewer: Rae Stephens from Lexington , VA United States  
Really sweet & delicious! Worth the time it takes for them to mature.

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3 of 5 January 16, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Penfield, NY United States  


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5 of 5 great flavour January 8, 2019
Reviewer: Josephine Bellalta from Lakeside, Michigan  


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5 of 5 November 23, 2017
Reviewer: Georgette Spinelli from Adams, NY United States  


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3 of 5 November 20, 2017
Reviewer: Ron Sipling from Fulton, NY United States  
does not yield as well as Bull's blood and the lutz varieties.

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