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|Average Rating (1 Review): |Brilliant pickling Beetroot
Saturday, 10 January 2015 | Cliff
Great beetroot which grows 6 to 8in tall in almost perfect cylinders about 2 to 3 inches in diameter which makes them easy to slice. They do take a bit longer to grow than normal globe beetroot but because they tend to grow upward instead of outward you can get a lot more crop out of a small area. Even at 6 inches tall they do not seem to go woody and are a nice sweet beetroot with good texture and well worth growing. They do not seem to bolt any more than Bolthardy and very good for pickling. Perhaps worth growing some other variety for baby beets and Cylindra for pickling.
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