(Brassica napobrassica) The Swedish Turnip, also known as Stone or Rock Turnip. A very large, late type with bluish leaves and requiring a longer season and more room to develop than the other Turnips. Sow in June in rows 18 to 24 inches apart and thin to 6 inches in the row. May be transplanted.
Seedsman J.O. Neill of Fall River, Massachusetts, offered this variety in 1900 and said the following,... More