Beet - Early Wonder Tall Top

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Beta vulgaris

Tops, roots 50-60 days roots.

Our 2008 trials proved that Early Wonder lives up to its name! Popularized around 1911, this variety was first to develop full-sized, smooth-skinned red roots last season. Tops really were a few inches taller than Detroit at 16-18", making this variety a great choice for those that crave steamed greens in Spring.

~ 50-60 seeds/g


MERVEILLE HÂTIVE COLLETS HAUT (Collets, racines)  racines produites entre 50 et 60 jours.   Nos essais en 2008 ont démontrés que cette merveille hâtive est bien nommée!  Mis en vogue autour de 1911, cette variété  fût la première à développer des racines de grandeur nature rouges à la peau tendre lors de notre dernière saison de culture. À entre 16 et 18 pouces, les collets dépassaient de quelques pousses la «Detroit». Cette variété est donc un bon choix pour ceux et celles qui ont un immense désir pour des collets verts étuvées au printemps.

Beet - Early Wonder Tall Top
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