When it comes to gardening — and most other things — patience is a virtue. After putting in all the work and waiting, it’s so rewarding to finally reap the fruits (and veggies!) of your labor. But just because you’re patient doesn’t meant you have to wait forever to start harvesting. In fact, there are many varieties of vegetables that grow quickly in the spring (or even fall) weather for earlier harvesting.
Healthy beets grow to maturity in just 40-70 days, depending on your climate and the type of seed you use.