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"All American" Parsnip Seeds
This heirloom root vegetable is surprisingly delicious. Parsnip's long white roots have a sweet and nutty flavor, and they are being added to the menus of many gourmet restaurants. You'll love adding the carrot-like roots to soups and stews, mashing them (on their own or mixed with potatoes), or eating them stir-fried or roasted.
Parsnips - Hollow Crown
Parsnips are long-season vegetables grown for their carrot-like roots. Sow seed as soon as the soil can be worked in the early spring. Member of the parsley family, parsnips take very little effort to grow once the seed germinates.
Ferry-Morse 1331 Parsnip Seeds, Harris Model
Cultivated for its 12 to 15 inch white root that is smooth, tender and very sweet. Can be left in the ground without protection all winter for spring use. Freezing improves flavor! This packet will plant approximately a 68 foot row.