(Brassica napus x rapa) 85 days. [1860s] Famous heirloom selected and named by Vermont farmer Jack Gilfeather. An early addition to the Slow Foods Ark of Taste. A rare cross between a rutabaga and turnip, roots are white and sweeter than most rutabagas. Greens are also tender and sweet. Plant mid-summer as one would other rutabagas. Best flavor after frost. Pkt (2 g).
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Brassica napus
Please refer to our Rutabaga Growing Guide for cultural information.
Packet: 2g (approximately 900 seeds) sows 46 ft.