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Mountain Valley Seed Co. is your supplier of top quality beet seeds. We offer a great selection of beet seeds in packets all the way up to bulk quantities for commercial growers and farms... all at wholesale pricing.

We carry beet seeds in many options including heirloom, treated, non-treated, organic, hybrid and open pollinated.


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Beet Chioggia Garden Seed
Price: $5.00-$96.25
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Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-08890P -

55 days. Also known as the Candy Cane Beet or the Bullseye Beet, this heirloom beet originates from the coastal town Chioggia in Northern Italy near Venice. Tops 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.  Approx. 1,200 seeds/oz.

Organic Chioggia Beet Planting Seed
Price: $1.25-$44.01
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Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-11872P -

Organic Chioggia Beet Garden SeedsBeta vulgarisThese 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.

Beet Cylindra Garden Seed
Price: $0.80-$39.13
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Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00592P -

Cylindra Beet Planting SeedsBeta VulgarisCylindra Beets grow well in almost any type of soil, tolerating even chilly soil. Cylindra has been known to germinate in soil as cool as 45 degrees Fahrenheit. Height - 8 to 10 inchesSpacing - 2 inchesSpread - 2 inchesDepth - 1/2 inchSun Exposure - fullPreferred by chefs because of its exceptionally sweet flavor and its long cylinder shape making it easier to slice, giving it the nickname "Butter Slicer." This beet plant is diverse in its cooking...

Beet Detroit Dark Red Garden Seed
Price: $1.59-$164.20
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Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00601P -

Detroit Dark Red Beet Garden Seeds Beta vulgaris Also known as beetroot and blood turnip, these beets are uniform in shape and flavor. They are known to grow in chilly Spring weather and are mostly problem free but sometimes get aphids or flea beetle. Control with insecticidal soap, pyrethrums, and good garden sanitation. Height - 8 to 12 inchesSpacing - 3 to 4 inchesSpread - 12 inches Can be bottled or pickled. Perfect for canning. Cut up, blanche, and freeze in freezer bags. Pick leaves...

Beet Early Wonder Tall Top Seeds
Price: $0.80-$31.01
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Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00615P -

Early Wonder Tall Top Beet Garden SeedBeta VulgarisThis strain of beet is used as a first early variety of beet for mid-summer sowing and storage. Benefits from full sun to partial shade lighting. At 35 days, the "baby greens" can be harvested. At 45 days, the full leaf greens can be harvested, and at 55 days the roots are ready for harvest.Height - up to 18''Spacing - 1 inchSpread - 12 inchesDepth - 1/2 inchEat beet tops before any sign of wilting for maximum flavor. In most cases, the...

Beet Golden Detroit Garden Seed
Price: $1.15-$57.70
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Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00631P -

Golden Detroit Beet Vegetable SeedBeta VulgarisGolden Detroit Beet thrives in full sun and partial shade. Greens should be harvested when 3 inches in height for maximum flavor.Height - 8 to 10 inchesSpacing - 2 inchesSpread - 12 inchesDepth - 1/2 inchEat beet tops before any sign of wilting for maximum flavor. Vinegar pairs well with beets. In most cases, the smaller the beet, the sweeter the beet, and the larger the beet, the more ‘earthy’ the beet will taste. Walnut oil pairs very well with...

Beet Red Ace Hybrid Garden Seed
Price: $8.95-$208.75
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Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00808P -

Red Ace Hybrid Beet planting SeedBeta vulgarisRed Ace Hybrid Beets can tolerate more chilly climates and will mature sooner than other types of beets. Beet greens are glossy, bright green with red veins along a deep red stalk. Benefits from full sun exposure. Height - 10 to 14 inchesSpacing - 2 to 4 inchesDepth -  1 inchGreens Size - 6 to 7 inchesEat beet tops before any sign of wilting for maximum flavor. Vinegar pairs well with beets. Walnut oil pairs very well with warm beets. To...

Beet Ruby Queen Garden Seed
Price: $4.05-$35.01
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Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00831P -

Ruby Queen Beet Garden SeedsBeta vulgarisRuby Queen Beet thrives in even poor soils, producing smooth, dark red globes 3 inches in diameter. Popular for canning, and used for its pigment uses. Dark green leaves with maroon edges flourish during late summer.Height - 10 to 12 inchesSpacing - 3 to 4 inchesSpread - 10 inchesPlanting Depth -  1/2 inchEat beet tops before any sign of wilting for maximum flavor. Vinegar pairs well with beets. In most cases, the smaller the beet, the...

Beet Seed Bulls Blood Seed
Price: $5.75-$445.50
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Mountain Valley Seeds Item #: TL-00566P -

Bull's Blood Beet Lettuce Garden SeedBeta VulgarisBull's Blood Beet Seeds have been known to grow well in containers, flowerbed borders, and cottage gardens. They require full sun to partial shade, growing in clumps. This annual is great for an intermediate gardener.Height - 8 to 10 inchesSpacing - 3 inchesSpread - 12 inchesLeaves very hard and excellent in salad mix because of their contrast in color and bitterness in flavor to other greens. The Beet "lettuce" is said to have higher...

Beets are commonly thought of as a root crop but some varieties of beet such as Bulls blood beet is grown every bit as much for the taste and beauty of its greens as the root, making the beet very versatile. Baby beets are also considered a culinary treasure. Like other root crops, beets need deep (at least 10 inches) loose and fertile soil to reach optimum size. In heavier soils grow only round varieties such as Detroit Dark Red longer varieties such as Cylindra could become deformed in such soil. Beets are cool weather crops so should be sown about four weeks prior to the last frost date or in the fall in warmer climates. Beet seeds are compound meaning that each seed pod contains up to six seeds but this does not improve germination. Because of this seeds should be sown on the heavy side (about an inch apart) thinning to two to three inches apart as they mature. Although for baby beets they should be sown closer together (10 to 15 per square foot) or grow them in clusters of three six inches apart. If you intend to save the seeds for future use grow only one variety of beets as they will cross pollinate.