Seed Freaks – Beetroot – Shi(raz) – Seedfreaks
Seed Freaks – Beetroot – Shi(raz)

$3.50

Out of stock

Seed Freaks – Beetroot – Shi(raz)

$3.50

Click on the product image (the Seed Freaks packet) for information on how to grow this variety.

Sow when is based on cooler climates. If you are growing in a warm, subtropical or tropical climate you may need to check your local sow when guides.

All seed packets sold are in date. The use by date on the packet image does not reflect the date of the seed for sale, we don’t update the image to reflect the latest batch.

If the word HUON is in bold on the packet it means it’s been grown and saved in the Huon Valley.

All those grown in the Huon Valley are grown organically.

Sorry, no sales to WA or overseas due to quarantine Restrictions.

We hope you enjoy growing these heirloom and often rare varieties. While we grow seed commercially it’s home gardeners who are keeping them alive!

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The name of this beetroot appears to trigger Paypal bots as they believe it may have come from a country which has a trade embargo. We have provided them information that it is named after the wine/colour and there’s nothing the least bit suspect about it, but they continue to target orders of this product, hence the extra punctuation 🙂

Click on the product image (the Seed Freaks packet) for information on how to grow this variety.

Sow when is based on cooler climates. If you are growing in a warm, subtropical or tropical climate you may need to check your local sow when guides.

All seed packets sold are in date. The use by date on the packet image does not reflect the date of the seed for sale, we don’t update the image to reflect the latest batch.

If the word HUON is in bold on the packet it means it’s been grown and saved in the Huon Valley.

All those grown in the Huon Valley are grown organically.

Sorry, no sales to WA or overseas due to quarantine Restrictions.

We hope you enjoy growing these heirloom and often rare varieties. While we grow seed commercially it’s home gardeners who are keeping them alive!