Seven Top Turnip
The best variety for masses of fine-flavored, old-fashioned, turnip greens. Produces consistently for a long period. Grown as a winter annual for spring greens.
One of the oldest root crops, described by Theophrastus (400 BC) and Pliny (about 100 AD). Turnips are still one of the most popular root vegetables in Europe.
Turnips have a wide range of culinary uses and are an essential ingredient of soups and stews.
A few light frosts may improve the flavor of both the tops and roots, but do not let them freeze solid.
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I love my cooked greens, and this is a new favorite. Soft tender greens, cook down easy and have great flavor, not bitter. Has a unique flavor in them that reminds me of bananas.