3.5g (Approx. 260 to 280 seeds)
A very early, open pollinated variety that was introduced in 1911 and is grown for both it's great roots and tasty greens. The 3 to 4 inch, flattened globe, deep red-purple roots have an excellent flavor and the dark green tops that are tinged with maroon make tasty greens that have a high vitamin content. When the roots are sliced they have a vivid red color with light zoning. This very popular variety that exhibits vigorous growth when grown in cool soils. An excellent midseason variety for all areas of Alaska.