Also known as Green Top Stone, this high yielding, hardy variety produces a heavy crop of large cream-white rounded turnips with a delicate flavour. They are easy to grow, store well in winter and can be planted late and then eaten throughout winter and spring.
Sow and cover the seeds in drills half an inch deep with 9 to 12" between rows. Thin the seedlings to about 6 inches apart. Sow seeds from late March to July every four weeks to produce a longer crop of fresh turnips.
Common name:Green Top Stone
Packet Content:300 (Approx)