When to plant beets outside
I'm getting back into gardening after a hiatus of about two years. Spent the last few days of gorgeous weather setting up a nice big (4x28') raised bed for SFG, which I've been successful with in the past. It's all gorgeous, fluffy dirt begging to be planted.
I've gone ahead and direct seeded some cool weather crops (lettuce, spinach, turnips). I was about to plant beets, when I noticed that the seed packet said to plant after danger of frost. Is that actually right? I mean, surely the seed company knows when to plant their own product, but I'm almost positive I remember doing early plantings of beets along with turnips...
Does anyone plant theirs out super early?