This old-time favorite and dependable variety has dark red globe-shaped roots with smooth skin and medium tops. The leaves are dark green with maroon veins and hold well under adverse conditions. The edible green-red veined leaves are best for baby greens and can be compared in flavor to spinach and swiss chard.
• Soil: Light, Fertile, well-drained soil
• Water: Keep soil consistently moist throughout the growing season
• Fruit: 2″ long
• Harvest: 60 – 70 days
• Spacing: 4 – 8″ apart
• Type: Root Vegetable
• Exposure: Full Sun