• Garden

    Grow and Eat Garden Beets

    I will admit that there are a few vegetables that, grown in the garden, do not taste significantly different/better than their grocery store relatives–onions, I suppose, and maybe cauliflower.  But most, fresh from the garden…there is just no comparison.  Take freshly harvested garden beets.  If you don’t grow them for their beauty alone, you should absolutely grow them for their fresh, earthy yet sweet flavors. Beet Varieties There are so many varieties of beets, it can be difficult to choose!  Many heirloom varieties are available; options include color of the beet (red, yellow, orange, white and even striped), shape of the beet (round or cylindrical), and leaf/stalk color (greens and…