Crosby Egyptian Beet
Crosby Egyptian Beet (60 days)
Egyptian type beets were created in the 1860s by the Germans.
The Crosby strain was selected by Josiah Crosby of Arlington, Massachusettts and introduced by The James Gregory seed company around 1885.
Crosby Egytian is the biggest early type beets that is know for keeping it's shape long into fall.
The succulent roots are smooth skinned and uniform in shape.
Crosby Egyptian can produces tops that reach 14-16".
"One of the best for early market."