Bull's Blood Beet
Striking dark red-purple leaves provide incredible contrast in salad mixes.
Eliot Coleman's choice for a red leaf in winter salad mixes. Roots are also tasty and tender when harvested early as baby beets. Tolerant of heat and cold. Color intensifies as plants mature. Selected by Dutch breeder Kees Sahin in 1986 from the French variety Crapaudine.
- Deep purple leaf for salad mix
- Baby beet
- 2-3" roots
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All the seeds didn’t germinate, but those that did grew well & looked great! I had 7 rows & replaced ungerminated seeds with a variety I had on hand to hopefully be able to harvest beets of some kind.
While I was gone 18 days on vacation, something attacked the beautiful growth of Bull’s Blood, cutting off the leaves near the base of the stems! Can’t see any pests & wondering if a pesky bird is doing it since it also did the same damage to a zinnia plant. It looks like new leaves are trying to grow, so they may recover. I’ve covered them with a hoop frame & frost cloth, so hoping they make it. I’ll order this variety again next season to try again, as the leaves are so pretty, & I anticipate the beets will be good.