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David's Garden Seeds And Products Newsletter
July 13, 2019
Time For Fall Garden Planning

Time To Plan Your Fall Garden

It is time to start planning your fall garden if you live in a warm climate. Today we will talk about delicious beets. We have beet seeds to give you a variety of colorful beets from white to yellow to red to peppermint-striped to purple. (The peppermint striped does not taste like peppermint.)
All of our varieties of beets do well in the cooler weather that fall brings. The cooler weather gives the beets a sweeter flavor and a crisper texture than when you plant them in the spring. Space them apart about 3 to 4 inches. Beets take from 50 to 70 days to mature once the seeds germinate. Here in Texas, you can plant them at the end of August and they will be ready to harvest at the end of October through the first two weeks of November.

FREE Shipping On $10 Or More!

We are offering FREE Shipping when you spend $10 or more on seeds. But Hurry! This is a blowout special that won't last long. Here is the link to our Buy Vegetable Seeds Home Page. We have a lot of wonderful selection of heirloom, organic, and open pollinated seeds as well as some great hybrid seeds. We are adding hundreds of new heirloom seeds this summer. All of our seeds are Non-GMO so you can feel safe when you order from us.

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If you are close by, come visit us at our physical location, 7717 Tezel Road in San Antonio! We are open Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm. Remember, it is never too early to plan your Fall Garden if you live in the Southern United States, especially in very warm places like Texas where you get two growing seasons. Order your seeds early as the new varieties are going quickly, as well as many of your favorites.

May God bless you this summer!

David of David's Garden SeedsĀ®

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