Net Wt. 2.5g (Approx. 550 to 600 seeds)
An open pollinated, heirloom developed in France in the late 1800's and introduced to the US in 1929. A variety that is stump-rooted, producing roots that are broad shouldered growing to 7 inches long by 2 inches in diameter and are deep red-orange to the center. The smooth, tapered, fine grained roots are crisp and have a fine flavor. This heavy producing variety has large tops and grows well in a wide variety of soils including heavy soil. A main season variety that does well in Alaska and is excellent for winter storage.