Beetroot 'Albina Vereduna'

Beta vulgaris 'Albina Vereduna'

Beetroot 'Albina Vereduna'

Beta vulgaris 'Albina Vereduna'
White beetroot!
This sweet, white beet resembles the more common red beetroot but has a white skin and flesh. Can be harvested early but also stored longer. Perfect for feeding the kids... no more red stains! Use it Beta vulgaris 'Albina Vereduna' as you would 'normal' red beetroot. Give white beets a go!
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Specifications:
Latin name: Beta vulgaris 'Albina Vereduna'
Guarantee: 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Preferred location: Sun, Half shadow
Green stayer: No
Leafs all year: No
Hardy plants: No
Self polinating: No
Edible: Yes
Scented: Not Scented
Grafted: No
Cutting flowers: No
Harvesting: July - November
Planting+

Beetroot seed needs no prior treatment - the seed is ready to use.

Care+

Beetroot may require some extra fertiliser (a sprinkling of granulated cow manure), especially potassium once they're growing well. Water extra in periods of drought and keep the bed free of weeds. This will promote good healthy growth of your beetroot.

Extra+

It is of course possible to harvest beets in the first year but beetroot is actually a bi-annual. The first year it grows the rosette of leaves with a carrot like root (the beet). In the 2nd year, the plant will grow leaves first again but will quickly bolt and form an uninteresting flower stalk.

Beets are strong plants that do not have many problems with any pests or sickness. They can withstand quite a bit of cold so can be harvesting right through the autumn. There are many varieties of beetroot nowadays, usually focusing on the various colours of the beetroot 'flesh'.

Beta vulgaris is a member of the Amaranthaceae family.

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