Beets are an excellent source of vitamins A and C, and you can eat both the bulb and the leaves. Some people use the longer name: beetroot.

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We got the beet!

Of Georgia’s 160 beet varieties, the majority are grown in spring and summer. However, southern Georgia is also able to grow them in winter. Seedlings do best under cool, moist conditions. Whoot whoot, we love this root!

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