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Home>Vegetable Seeds>Rutabaga
(Swede Turnip)
Brassica napus, Napobrassica Group

Rutabagas, also known as Swede turnips or simply Swedes, are an often over-looked table vegetable in our modern western diet.  They appeared in Europe in the Middle Ages and are reportedly the result of a cross between cabbage and turnips.

They can be boiled and mashed as a potato substitute for those on low starch diets.  They are cold tolerant and except in areas of extreme cold, can be left in the ground over winter.

 Products (Total Items: 5)
American Purple Top Rutabaga
American Purple Top Rutabaga
Helenor Rutabaga (Swede)
Helenor Rutabaga (Swede)
Joan Rutabaga
Joan Rutabaga
Laurentian Rutabaga
Laurentian Rutabaga
Nadmorska Rutabaga
Nadmorska Rutabaga