What are the pros? Pretty, sweet, and pest free
What are the cons? Didn't grow enough.
Chioggia beet...YUM!. Slow to mature but sweet and worth the wait. It's very tasty and stays crisp when pickled. If you're looking for that deep ruby color this is not the variety for you. But, that's not really a knock against it just a fact. I will definitely grow more once the weather cools back down.
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