Here is the Golden Globe Turnip, Brassica napobrassica. This turnip has Scottish origins that date back to the 1850's. It is a firm crisp golden orange type turnip with a crisp slightly sweet flavor that goes good in any recipe. It can be eaten raw or cooked and make a great mash potato like dish. They can grow to about 3 to 5 inches and plants get to around 2 feet tall. Because turnip seeds are direct sown in the garden, preparing your soil early in the planning process is essential. Poor soil can negatively affect the flavor, quality and growth of the turnips so be sure to use high quality soil that is soft and loamy. Great in soups and stews! Open pollinated 60 days.
Here is the Golden Globe Turnip, Brassica napobrassica. This turnip has Scottish origins that date back to the 1850's. It is a firm crisp golden orange type turnip with a crisp slightly sweet flavor that goes good in any recipe. It can be eaten raw or cooked and make a great mash potato like dish. They can grow to about 3 to 5 inches and plants get to around 2 feet tall. Because turnip seeds are direct sown in the garden, preparing your soil early in the planning process is essential. Poor soil can negatively affect the flavor, quality and growth of the turnips so be sure to use high quality soil that is soft and loamy. Great in soups and stews! Open pollinated 60 days.
Golden Globe Turnip
Here is the Golden Globe Turnip, Brassica napobrassica. This turnip has Scottish origins that date back to the 1850's. It is a firm crisp golden orange type turnip with a crisp slightly sweet flavor that goes good in any recipe. It can be eaten raw or cooked and make a great mash potato like dish. They can grow to about 3 to 5 inches and plants get to around 2 feet tall. Because turnip seeds are direct sown in the garden, preparing your soil early in the planning process is essential. Poor soil can negatively affect the flavor, quality and growth of the turnips so be sure to use high quality soil that is soft and loamy. Great in soups and stews! Open pollinated 60 days.

Golden Globe Turnip

Brassica napobrassica

Here is the Golden Globe Turnip, Brassica napobrassica. This turnip has Scottish origins that date back to the 1850's. It is a firm crisp golden orange type turnip with a crisp slightly sweet flavor that goes good in any recipe. It can be eaten raw or cooked and make a great mash potato like dish. They can grow to about 3 to 5 inches and plants get to around 2 feet tall. Because turnip seeds are direct sown in the garden, preparing your soil early in the planning process is essential. Poor soil can negatively affect the flavor, quality and growth of the turnips so be sure to use high quality soil that is soft and loamy. Great in soups and stews! Open pollinated 60 days.

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