Beet Plant Height: Do Beets Get Big?

By Amy Grant For those gardeners with smaller garden plots or who wish to container garden, the conundrum is what veggies to plant to make the most of this limited space. Squash can literally take over even when it’s grown vertically, as can many tomato varieties. Cauliflower and broccoli are garden hogs too. How about root veggies like beets? How tall do beet plants grow? Do Beets Get Big? Beets are cool season veggies grown for both their roots and the tender young tops. They thrive in the cooler temperatures of spring and fall, and are perfect for not only large gardens but for those with smaller spaces since they require little room – with a spread of only 2-3 inches up to 12 inches. Beets do not get big, as the roots only get about 1-3 inches across. How Tall Do Beet Plants Grow? Beet plants grow up to

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