USA Premium Seeds 75 Giant Red Beet Mangelwurzel Mangel Mangold Wurzel Mammoth Long Beta

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WELCOME TO MY STORE. MY ITEM ALL GUARANTEE EASY GROWING. Giant Red Beet Other Common Names: Mangelwurzel / Mangold Wurzel / Mangold / Mangel Beet / Field Beet / Mammoth Long Red Beet Scientific Beta Vulgaris Color: Red Skinned Beets With Pale Yellow Flesh / Red Veined Leaves Plant Seeds: Spring After Danger Of Frost / Can Also Be Fall Planted In Warmer Areas Harvest: 150 Days Hardiness Zone: Annual Plant Height: 12" Plant Spacing: 24" Light Requirements: Sun Soil & Water Preferences: Average Quantity: 75 Seeds Other: These Beets Are Indeed Giant! A Single Beet Can Commonly Grow To Weigh 20 Pounds, & Beets Weighing 40 Pounds Are Not Uncommon. The Heaviest On Record Weighed Over 54 Pounds! The Huge Red Roots Have Tender Pale Yellow Flesh, & They Can Measure Between 2 – 3’ Long. These Heirlooms Were Developed In The 1700S As A Fodder Crop For Livestock & They Are Still In Use Today. They Are Grown As A Summer Crop In Cooler Climates, & In Warmer Climates Can Be Grow Both As A Summer & As A Winter Crop. The Beets Do Also Store Well. Humans Can Enjoy These Beets As Well! For Human Consumption, The Beet Roots Are Harvested When They Are Younger & Most Sweet, Tender, & Flavorful. They Can Be Boiled For Mash, Diced, Pickled, & More. There Is Even An Old Scottish Mangel Beet Beer Recipe. The Leaves Are Also Edible, & Can Be Used In The Same Ways One Would Use Spinach. In Some Places In England & Wales, These Giant Beets Are Carved Out & Made Into Halloween Lanterns Called “Punkies” Like One Would Carve A Pumpkin To Make A Jack O’ Lantern.
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