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Nadmorska Rutabaga
'Nadmorska' rutabagas.
Nadmorska Rutabaga
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90 days — The roots of 'Nadmorska' are more oval and elongated than the typical round rutabaga varieties. They are uniformly large, have green tops and sweet golden-yellow flesh. Vigorous growth and early maturing roots.

Originally from Lithuania and brought to the United States by a Seed Ambassadors Project trip in 2006. Each packet contains 0.5 gram, which is approximately 200 seeds.
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Great for adding variety.
Planted these side by side with purple top. On average they are about 1/2 the size of the purple. Much milder flavor than the purple, which to me is worth the reduced poundage. The smaller size also is better so I don't have to peel more than we can eat. So far they seem to keep just as well as the purple. I will be planting these again.
Reviewed by: Eric Dahle from NE Wisconsin. on 10/19/2017
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