1,000 Chioggia "Bullseye" Beet Seeds
This beet takes about 55 days It is also known as the Bullseye Beet it is a heirloom beet comes from the coastal town Chioggia in Northern Italy near Venice. Tops are green with a pink striped stem and the roots are cherry red on the outside and reveal alternating rings of white and deep pink when sliced but color fades when cooked.
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SORRY USPS RATES HAVE WENT UP AGAIN!! We do combined shipping it is $3.50 in US no matter how many items you buy and $16.00 international and Canada is $12.00 it will set it at the end when you are ready to purchase. We ship all our seeds in a bubble folder to protect your seeds in shipment from getting crushed in the mail. We take the extra step to make sure you get these in a condition you can use. If you are a international customer we cannot control customs we will ship these out but please know your countries laws as some kinds of seeds may not be allowed in your country we will not do phytosanitary certificate we will not be held liable for customs taking these. Sorry with the rising rates of USPS we want to make sure your package gets to you in good shape and seeds not crushed. We do not ship to Fiji, Micronesia, Serbia, Mauritania, Mauritius If you pay you will be refunded customs does not allow many seeds into these countries. Bulk items can take up to 2 weeks to get they are a special order item.
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There is many factors why seeds may not grow if you have a question please ask us. We grow alot of these for resell in our own nursery and soil, light, heat and water can have a huge factor in growing. All seeds are repacked in plastic baggie and weighed out in grains and all pelleted seeds are placed in plastic tubes to protect them.