What are the pros? Good taste, pretty hardy
What are the cons? not as sweet as bulls blood
Tried these in my first year garden. Soil isn't the best yet, but these grew well for the most part after getting past a bad, cold, wet spring last year. They did best in a raised bed that I had because my soil in the garden was still mostly clay as we are in process of working it still at our new place. I picked these small and big and liked the flavor of both. I grew 3 batches with one seed packet throughout the summer and my second and third batch was the best. I even dug one that I left in the raised bed out in November after many frosts and shredded raw to put on top of a green salad. Still was good. :) They also were good for eating the beet greens but I wouldn't recommend eating the huge leaves, just small to medium sized. These grew faster and bigger than the bulls blood beet from this company, although bulls blood beet does taste sweeter and better, but didn't grow as well in my garden.
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