(Brassica rapa) 200 seeds per packet (unless otherwise noted). The Turnip is a cool weather crop and should be sown very early in spring for early use, generally in rows 15 inches apart. For fall use, sow broadcast in late July or August, being careful to sow the seed evenly and not too thick.
Extra early, flat and smooth; white with purple top. This Italian variety named for the far northern city of... More
Desirable for table use and early market. Medium size, round and snowy white. This variety yields very early... More
Our 1900 catalog states, “Flesh yellow, rich in flavor, keeps well.” This variety has a medium-sized,... More