- Creamy roots rich in nutrients.
- Deliciously sweet when frost-bitten.
- Good disease resistance.
A delicious variety that produces medium-sized conical and creamy roots that are rich in potassium and become sweeter in deep winter.
Medium-sized smooth and conical roots that will grow best in stone-free soils. Plants are of a moderate growth rate with disease-resistant foliage and tolerance to root canker Perfect to leave in the ground and harvest as and when you need them. Rich in Potassium and dietary fibre.
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How to Guide
February-May: Sow thinly 1cm (1⁄2in) deep in rows 30cm (12in) apart directly into harvest location. Delay early sowings if soil is very cold or wet; later sowings will make up any lost time. Keep soil moist until seedlings are established. Thin to 10cm (4in) apart when they have 3 true leaves.
Parsnips are slow to germinate and grow best in well dug, stone free soil. Parsnips do not respond well to transplanting.