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TOKYO CROSS TURNIP (F1 hybrid 30 days)

The rapid maturation of this variety is absolutely amazing and they will get quite large if you wish. Harvest them young for the best flavor. Usually worm-free without chemicals. Tops also have a nice flavor. Plant seeds 1/4 inch deep and 3 inches apart as soon as the ground can be worked and continue throughout the season. 100 seeds.

PLANTING:

Outdoors- Sow 1/2” deep, 1” apart then thin to 3-6” depending on variety size, starting in early spring through late summer. Plant every 2 weeks for continuous harvest.

Harvest- Leafy greens and roots from baby to full size. The younger the roots the more tender better flavor.

Tips- Plant in fertile soil, amended with compost, mulch and provide consistent moisture.

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C
10/04/2018
CJ

Tokyo Cross

Always a reliable fast growing fall veg. Tops are great steamed and roots are crisp and white. Almost never bothered by pests. Great steamed or mixed with mashed potatoes around Thanksgiving

AC
09/22/2018
Ashley C

Great crop

This is one of my favorite crops I planted in my balcony garden this year. These turnips mature quickly and taste great! They are also perfect for small spaces and can be planted in succession to have multiple waves of harvest.

CL
07/04/2018
Cassondra L.
United States

delicious

these are delicious turnips, great for pickling

HT
05/27/2018
Heidi T.
United States

Happy

Glad you had what I wanted in stock. Good germination. Not harvested yet

CO
08/25/2017
Cindy O'Neil

Delicious and Easy

These are so quick and easy to grow, I think would be very satisfying for a new gardener. My first time growing turnips so I was alarmed to see them popping above ground, but the photos here look just like mine. I really enjoyed the baby ones, not so much when I let them mature, so I will just order more seeds next time and pick them all when young