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Early Wonder Tall Top Beet
Early Wonder Tall Top Beet
Early Wonder Tall Top Beet
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Early Wonder Tall Top

55 days — This variety yields crimson-red flesh with flattened globe-shaped roots and tall, bright, dark green succulent tops. You can use the immature "baby" leaves in mesclun or salad mix, tender leaves for greens, and the dark red roots for salads, pickled, borsch or cooked.

'Early Wonder' first appeared in the United States seed trade simultaneously in the 1911 catalogs of F. H. Woodruff & Sons and S. D. Woodruff & Sons. It was also known by as 'Boston Crosby' and 'Nuttings Gem'.[1] Each packet contains four grams, which is approximately 200 seeds.

click for recipe for a traditional recipe for cooking greens.

  1. "Descriptions of Types of Principal American Varieties of Red Garden Beets", USDA Miscellaneous Publication No. 374, April 1940
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About as perfect as a beet can get.
Perfect germination, pretty much indifferent to weather and pests. Beautiful greens and root; about as perfect as a beet can get.
Reviewed by: David Emigh from NW PA. on 7/19/2013
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