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  1. Swede 'Best of All'

    Swede 'Best of All'

    Purple Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    $1.40

    A favorite with growers, Swede 'Best of All' is an old variety that produced globe shaped roots with purple tops and yellow flesh. Very easy to grow, very hardy and reliable with good storing qualities, it isn’t as heavy cropping as modern varieties but has good flavour and low water content.

  2. Bred as a culinary swede, Swede "Brora" is a popular super sweet variety.

    Swede 'Brora'

    Purple Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    $1.75
    Swede Brora is a popular super sweet variety with attractive reddish-purple shiny skin and cream base. It has fine grained, well-flavoured, creamy yellow flesh, free from any bitterness. It has outstanding winter hardiness and mildew resistance. RHS AGM
  3. Swede 'Gowrie'

    Swede 'Gowrie'

    Purple Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    $2.03

    Swede 'Gowrie' is an exceptionally easy-to-grow, yellow-fleshed variety, providing great winter crops of sweet and tasty purple-skinned roots. Very winter hardy with resistance to powdery mildew and club root, it has a long harvest period from October to January and stores well in dry conditions.

  4. Invitation is a later maturing, Club Root resistant, globe shaped variety.

    Swede 'Invitation'

    Purple Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    $1.89

    Swede Invitation is a strong-growing, Club Root resistant variety which also benefits from Powdery Mildew resistance and has improved winter hardiness over other varieties. A late maturing, purple topped variety with mild yellow flesh, it can be harvested from winter right until the end of spring.

  5. Swede Marian is the Swede to buy. Bred in Wales this high yielding variety in NIAB trials has all the plus points.

    Swede 'Marian'

    Purple Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    $1.89

    Swede Marian is the Swede to buy. Bred in Wales this high yielding variety in NIAB trials has all the plus points. This reliable cropper will produce uniform purple topped, globe shaped roots with yellow flesh, a splendid flavour and fine texture with the bonus of resistance to club root and mildew.

  6. F1 Swede 'F1 Tweed' has been bred for its uniform, globe shaped roots and vigorous growth

    Swede 'Tweed F1'

    Purple Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    $2.73

    Tweed is the first F1 Swede variety, bred for its uniform, globe shaped roots and vigorous growth. Its fondness for less fertile soil and resistance to club root make it a perfect variety for successful growing at home. Very appealing with purple shoulders and lovely creamy flesh, it is ideal for a late autumn harvest.

  7. Swede Wilhelmsburger is considered to have the best table quality and to be the most refined in terms of taste.

    Swede 'Wilhelmsburger'

    Green Top Rutabaga, Tumshie, Neep, Snadgies
    Heritage (Germany 1935)
    $1.61
    This heirloom variety has been long favoured in the local markets of Germany and Northern Europe. Swede Wilhelmsburger is a “green top”, a variety that is considered to have the best table quality and to be the most refined in terms of taste. RHS AGM
  8. Turnip 'Goldana'

    Turnip 'Goldana'

    Gold Turnip
    $2.17

    Turnip ‘Goldana’ is an improved version of the popular turnip Golden Ball. A maincrop variety that produces uniform round golden roots with tender creamy-yellow flesh. They are much sweeter than regular turnips with an excellent flavour. They can be harvested as a mini-veg or left to mature.

  9. Turnip 'Purple Top Milan' is a classic Italian heirloom variety and is still as popular as ever.

    Turnip 'Purple Top Milan'

    Red Top Turnip. Heritage (Italy pre 1888).

    Purple Top Milan is a classic Italian heirloom variety and is still as popular as ever. Highly ornamental, it has smooth creamy-white flat roots with bright purple shoulders and pure white flesh. A strap-leaved variety, quick to mature and early cropping, it is an ideal 'catch crop' between slower growing vegetables.

  10. Turnip Purple Top Milan is now available in Organic form.

    Turnip 'Purple Top Milan' Organic

    Red Top Turnip. Heritage (Italy pre 1888).
    $1.89
    Introduced before 1888 Purple Top Milan has smooth creamy-white flat roots with bright purple shoulders and pure white flesh of choice quality. Quick to mature and early cropping, it is an ideal 'catch crop' between slower growing vegetables. Organic Seed.
  11. Turnip Snowball. With pure white flesh as its name suggests, Snowball is superb for both table and exhibition.

    Turnip 'Snowball'

    Japanese Type. Heritage (Pre 1885)

    Recommended by the N.I.A.B, Turnip ‘Snowball’ is a very popular first-class, globe variety with solid flesh and a juicy, sweet, mild flavour. They are a fast crop, being ready in just five to eight weeks from sowing. With pure white flesh as its name suggests, Snowball is superb for both table and exhibition.

  12. With delicious pure white roots, Turnip Tokyo Cross are perfect at golf ball size or slightly smaller.

    Turnip 'Tokyo Cross F1'

    Japanese Turnip
    $1.89
    Tokyo Cross is an award-winning high quality turnip. Fast-growing it matures just 35 days and can be harvested anytime during growth, for small to medium size roots. Suitable for growing the garden or in containers, it produces delicious pure white roots with very smooth and sweet flesh.
  13. With uniform white heads and red shoulders turnip F1 Falko is suitable for growing year round.
    $2.73

    Turnip Falco F1 is a main crop turnip that has been bred to withstand high temperatures. A modern hybrid, with uniform white heads and red shoulders it is suitable for growing year round. It can be harvested in as little as 55 days.

  14. Turnip ‘Primera F1’ is a flat shaped hybrid Milan type, a compact type with a purple top and white base
    $2.73
    ‘Primera F1’ is a flat-shaped hybrid turnip, a compact Milan type with a purple top and white base suitable for early protected cropping and maincrop field production. It can be sown successionally from March right through to August. Sow under cloches in early spring and in late summer to extend the cropping season.

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