Beet, Kamuolini 2

Beta vulgaris. Round Red. 65 days.

Vibrant color, beautiful round shape and classic sweet beet flavor make this variety our ideal beet. Vigorous leaf growth makes this beet two vegetables in one, easy to pull and perfect to tie in bunches. Leaf stems have an intriguing magenta-purple tint. In our trials against the overly common Red Ace F1 hybrid we found Kamuolini 2 to have better shape, flavor, yield, color, and taller tops. The Baltic region is a center of beet diversity and one of its centers of origin, so it makes good sense that we would find our ideal beet in Lithuania. Bred by and given to The Seed Ambassadors Project by Dr. Rasa Karkleliene, a vegetable seed breeder at the Lithuanian Institute of Horticulture.

Seed produced by Abel Kloster and Tao Orion in Cottage Grove, Oregon.

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Direct sow March through early August in rows that are 1’ apart. Thin to 3” spacing, once they’re 3” tall. Don’t forget to eat the greens! For us, beets can grow through the winter without protection, but must be sown before September.

Collect seeds from 20+ plants in 2nd year once seeds have dried down, usually September. Cut seedheads, place on tarp, dry few more days, dance to free seed. Collect seeds from pile, winnow to clean. Isolate from other beets and chard by 1 mile.

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    Richard Gambino

    Excellent delicious beets AND GREENS!

    Richard Gambino (verified owner)

    Where did you grow this variety? California

    I grew these in SoCal over the winter- ready in March. They are delicious and grow well!

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