2g (Approx. 330 to 340 seeds)
This open pollinated, heirloom variety has been grown in the US since at least the 1850's and is still very popular among gardeners in the know. Mild, smooth, snow white roots are fine-grained and grow to 10 to 12 inches long by 2 to 3 inches in diameter. A delicately flavored vegetable that has a nutty flavor and becomes sweeter after a frost. They are used like carrots, added to soups and stews or can be boiled, fried or sauteed in butter. A late season crop in Alaska.