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Fast growing, turnips germinate in just days, and take a month less than their cool-season cousin, the rutabaga, to reach the harvest stage. They are easy to care for, and all parts of the plant are edible. The greens are a classic dish cooked southern style with bacon or ham, while the root is eaten raw in salads or cooked in stews, soups and side dishes.
Planting the best turnip seeds
- 7 turnip seed varieties
- Great for container gardens
- A mouth watering cool-season vegetable
- Offer lush and delicious leaves in addition to their more common edible root