Non-GMO Rutabaga Seeds
Rutabagas are a root vegetable that is commonly grown as an annual crop. They came from Sweden or Russia in 1620. The root is the most popular part of the vegetable, and the leaves can also be eaten. Rutabaga started as a cross between cabbage and turnip. The Rutabaga root flavor is like a potato, a turnip, and cabbage. Rutabaga lovers often mash them, cut them into fries, and roast them just like farm-fresh potatoes. The root can be sliced into cubes and combined with boiling carrots or potatoes. Rutabagas are popular in Scandinavian dishes.
American Purple Top Rutabaga was introduced in 1920 and immediately became a favorite. These large, smooth, rounded roots are 4 to 6 inches in diam...View full details
Laurentain Rutabaga (Brassica napobrassica) produces 5-6″, round and uniform roots with purple tops and a creamy, yellow bottom. This variety does ...View full details