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Grow a garden thats filled with Purple Top White Globe Turnip roots, from freshly harvested Brassica rapa seeds. Purple Top White Globe is a heirloom variety of Turnip, which produces 4 to 6 inch roots. For obvious reasons, Purple top gets it's named from it's appearance. The top of it's roots are a dull purple, while the rest of the root is a creamy white color. Each Turnip plant will reach a mature height of roughly 12 to 15 inches tall. Both the roots and the leaves can be used from this variety.
Purple top White Globe is considered to be an annual crop. Annuals such as this will establish and grow quickly from freshly harvested seeds. The plants produce edible roots and leaves, and if allowed to bolt, they will produce fresh seeds for the following season as well.
Our Purple Top White Globe Turnip Seeds comes from a source which is certified organic.
Note: We sell Purple Top White Globe Turnip Seeds by the pound.
A microgreen is a young vegetable green that is used both as a visual and flavor component or ingredient primarily in fine dining restaurants. Fine dining chefs use microgreens to enhance the attractiveness and taste of their dishes with their delicate textures and distinctive flavors. Smaller than “baby greens,” and harvested later than sprouts, microgreens can provide a variety of leaf flavors, such as sweet and spicy. They are also known for their various colors and textures. Among upscale markets, they are now considered a specialty genre of greens that are good for garnishing salads, soups, plates, and sandwiches.
Edible young greens and grains are produced from various kinds of vegetables, herbs or other plants. They range in size from 1 to 3 inches (2.5 to 7.6 cm), including the stem and leaves. A microgreen has a single central stem which has been cut just above the soil line during harvesting. It has fully developed cotyledon leaves and usually has one pair of very small, partially developed true leaves. The average crop-time for most microgreens is 10–14 days from seeding to harvest.