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Avalanche Beet


Avalanche Beet is an open-pollinated, white beet variety without the earthy flavor of traditional beets. Sweet and great when eaten raw or roasted. Beta vulgaris. 50 days to maturity.

28,000 seeds per lb

Treatment: Untreated


Avalanche Beet is an open-pollinated beet variety with creamy white roots that are best harvested around 2-3" in diameter. An AAS winner in 2015, this unique, white beet variety boasts all the sweetness of traditional beets without the earthy or somewhat bitter flavors. This makes it a great option for eating raw or roasting. Avalanche Beets are great when sliced thin to add a crunch to your favorite salad. They also taste great when quartered and roasted in the oven with other garden favorites like broccoli, cauliflower, or sweet potatoes.


Growing Information

Beets may be direct seeded or grown as transplants. Beet seeds are naturally multigerm, which means that each seed will germinate 2-3 plants. As a result, plants will require thinning once they emerge from the soil. Failure to thin will result in overcrowding and lack of consistently sized roots. Plants should be thinned to one every 3-4″ along the row. Beets may be planted on a bed with multiple rows close together. Harvest beets when roots have reached 3-4″ in size. For storage, remove the greens and keep the roots in the refrigerator.

Growing beets from transplants is also an effective method, because thinning can be done in the trays as opposed to the ground. Place one seed per cell in our seed starting trays and thin to one plant per cell. Transplant when a solid root system has developed, when the plants can be easily pulled from the cells. Transplant into the ground at 4″ spacing along the row. Beets work great grown in double rows to maximize garden space. For double row planting, plant two rows 4″ apart with 3′ between double rows.

Avalanche Beet Planting Information

Planting Method: transplant and direct seed

When to Plant: early spring and fall

Planting Depth: 1/2″

Seed Spacing: 4-6″

Row Spacing: 3′

Days to Maturity: 50

Disease Resistance: Cercospora