55-60 days. Golden Detroit beet seeds. Beta vulgaris. Annual. Non-GMO. The Golden Detroit is an easy to grow beet that can be harvested as early as fifty days after planting, and thrives in colder weather. The Golden Detroit has a sweet taste, and is full of nutrients. It is recommended that you harvest the beets when the roots are one to three inches, for best flavor. The stalks of this root vegetable remain dark green like other strains of beets, but the vein adorn a brighter red and orange shade. Produces deep orange and yellow beetroots
Latin Name: Beta vulgaris
Days to Maturity: 55-60
Days to Germination: 5-14
Seeding Depth: 1/2"
Plant Spacing: 3-4"
Row Spacing: 12"
Plant Height: 8-12"
Growth Habit: Rooted and leafy upright
Soil Preference: Loose, sandy, loamy, well-drained
Temperature Preference: 55-70 °F
Light Preference: Full sun - partial shade
Golden Detroit Beet Color: Golden orange and yellow flesh
Golden Detroit Beet Flavor: Even sweeter than deep red beets