The Little Veggie Patch Co

Beetroot Heirloom Seeds

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  • Beetroot Heirloom Seeds
  • Easy to Grow
  • Approx. 60 Seeds Per Pack
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The Little Veggie Patch Co, Beetroot 'Detroit' Heirloom Seeds

Growing your own produce is made easy with The Little Veggie Patch Co's heirloom seeds. The Beetroot 'Detroit' Seeds grow uniform and smooth with a dark blood red flesh. This variety was first introduced in the 19th century, It is sweet and tasty, perfect with salad greens. There are approximately 60 seeds per pack and they grow harmoniously with Onions. Vegan and cruelty free.

When to Plant:

Please refer to the plant map zone in the images.

  • Zone 1: September - April
  • Zone 2: July - April
  • Zone 3: Any
  • Zone 4: Any

PLEASE NOTE WA & TAS buyers: there are quarantine regulations with sending seeds to these parts of Australia. Quarantine may inspect your parcel and if so, there is a possibility of being charged a fee of $39.50. Please be aware that Flora & Fauna accept no liability for this fee.

Get heritage seeds and seeds kits at The Little Veggie Patch Co at Flora & Fauna. Their journey began in 2008 when they installed raised garden beds and larger edible gardens in people's homes. They are passionate about the slow food movement and raising awareness about the origins of our produce. Their mission is to remind people to be more mindful about the foods they consume and to encourage them to grow fresh, better-tasting produce at home. Their range of heirloom seeds has now expanded to over 50 varieties. No matter whether you live in an apartment or a block of land, growing your own produce is made easier.

  • What to plant in: Pots, wall garden and in-ground
  • Spacing: 10-20cm
  • Depth: 0.5cm-1cm
  • Soil pH level: 6.5-7.0
  • Position: Full sun preferred, but will tolerate partial shade

How to Plant

Use a free-draining soil well integrated with compost or good quality potting mix when growing in pots. Soak in water overnight prior to planting and then sow directly to the patch, along shallow trench lines. Seedlings may need thinning out if growing too closely.

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