White Lady Turnip

30-35 days. Finally, we can grow our own white Turnips after only being able to purchase them once a year on the way home from the Wellfleet Oyster Festival at a Route 6 farm stand in Massachusetts. This beautiful, semi-round, 2" Turnip has smooth, milk-white skin and mild, delicious flesh. Somewhat heat-and bolt-resistant, vigorous White Lady has an erect growing pattern with tender, tasty greens. She is best grown in early spring or late summer but can grow through the summer if you prefer smaller Turnips. (F1.)

One packet of about 750 seeds
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#4420
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  • They may be the Plain Jane of the kitchen garden, but homegrown Turnips are wonderful when enjoyed small, 3" maximum. Sow in the spring as soon as the soil can be worked in an area which has not been freshly manured. Harvest by gently pulling out by the bottoms of the greens. Turnips are great in their raw state - munched whole, sliced or grated in salads, or steamed and dressed with butter. Turnip greens are delicious too!

    Average seed life: 4 years.
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They may be the Plain Jane of the kitchen garden, but homegrown Turnips are wonderful when enjoyed small, 3" maximum. Sow in the spring as soon as the soil can be worked in an area which has not been freshly manured. Harvest by gently pulling out by the bottoms of the greens. Turnips are great in their raw state - munched whole, sliced or grated in salads, or steamed and dressed with butter. Turnip greens are delicious too!

Average seed life: 4 years.
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