TURNIP VEITCHS RED GLOBE

Description

Veitchs Red Globe

British heirloom, bred by Veitch of Exeter and then Chelsea, London, England by 1838, purple-red/white bulbs with tasty white flesh and leaves that taste like spinach.

English common name: Turnip

Sow: March to June

Maturity: June to October

Production: open field

Culinary use: young small bulbs in salads, larger bulbs in casseroles or roasted.