This late-maturing, pure white beetroot with a delicate flavour was derived from the purple variety Devoy. It produces an irregularly shaped, tapering beet with knobbly side roots. The foliage can also be cooked and eaten like chard. Seed Guardian Mike Wicken says, “Add to the salad bowl for something a little different – and surprising for your guests when they discover it’s a beetroot!”
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