Net Wt. 3g (Approx. 380 to 390 seeds)
An open pollinated, heirloom variety first listed in the James J. H. Gregory catalog in 1885. A variety that produces both nutritious, tasty greens and smooth, handsome, uniformly globe-shaped roots that are snowy white on the underside, changing to a bright purple on top. Easy to grow and an excellent storage variety. Turnip greens are one of the most nutritious foods available. Midseason.