Turnips
Brassica rapa


Turnips originated in Siberia and used food and animal fodder for centuries.  It started becoming more popular as a table vegetable throughout Europe in the 17th Century. They can grow under most conditions, including cold weather and many varieties have tender, edible tops that make a welcome fresh winter greens.

Rooting varieties are enjoyed peeled as a raw, fresh vegetable or boiled and mashed with a little butter, salt and pepper.

Each packet contains 0.5 gram or approximately 125 seeds.


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Golden Ball Turnip
Amber-gold skin and amber flesh, excellent eating quality.
$1.65
Nabo Roxo Comprido Turnip
Roots are long and white with purple tops.
$1.75
Purple Top White Globe Turnip
Round roots that are bright purple on the upper part and white below.
$1.75
Seven Top Turnip
A pre-1800 variety grown over winter for spring turnip greens
$1.75
Shogoin (Japanese Foliage) Turnip
Used for both its tops and roots.
$1.75
White Egg (Snowball) Turnip
White Egg (aka Snowball) is egg-shaped, mild, sweet, tender and fine-grained.
$1.75
 
 

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