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55 days. This tasty strain of beet is also known as the Candy Cane Beet or the Bullseye Beet. It is an heirloom beet,
originating from the coastal town Chioggia in Northern Italy near Venice. The leaves and foliage are green with a pink striped stem while the roots are cherry red on the
outside and reveal alternating rings of white and deep pink when sliced but
color fades when cooked. Flavor is a little sweeter than purple beets.
These sweet beets are moderately easy to grow and payoff as long you pay attention to the plants. Often, these beets are used as a sweet addition to salads and soups.