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52 days. The Ruby Queen beet is a variety that does very well in poor soils. It produces uniform, round globes and short tops. The leaves grow to be green with maroon edges. The Ruby Queen beet is mild and sweet in flavor. These beets are hardy and can be grown in a number of zones and climates, and can thrive in full shade. Smooth round roots with short tops. Great for canning. Ringless roots can and pickle well. Retains color during processing.
Ruby Queen beets do well with a light, moist soil, ideally with a PH level of 6.5 to 7. However, these beets have been known to thrive in soils with poorer conditions as well. Sow the seeds half an inch deep, with three inches between plants and twelve to eighteen inches between rows. These seeds will need plenty of moisture while germinating, so keep the soil moist for the first twenty one days. These beets can thrive in conditions with full sun or partial shade. After fifty two days, the beets should be ready for harvesting.
Ruby 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. Eat 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 larger the beet, the more earthy the beet will taste. Walnut oil pairs very well with warm beets. To minimize the beet color from excessive bleeding leave the stem plug in place and skin on while cooking. Approx. 1,200 seeds/oz.
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