A round, deep yellow variety. Juicy, sweet and an excellent keeper. This variety trialled, tested and recommended by the National Institute of Agricultural Botany.
A classic heirloom Turnip, Golden Ball produces a sweet and meaty flesh. As the name suggests, this turnip is as pleasant to the eye as it is to the palette. Plant Golden ball Turnip seeds and enjoy a bountiful harvest.
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45-65 days. Reminiscent of the summer sun, Golden Ball is truly an exceptional turnip. The 3-4 inch roots are perfectly-shaped amber globes that have delicate-grained, meaty flesh that’s never woody. The flavor is sweet, mellow and smooth. For an outstanding, lustrous dish, try them mashed with butter and shallots. The roots grow quickly and keep well.
Approximate seeds per pack: 400 Days till maturity: 50. Everything that is to love about turnips can be found in this variety and so much more. The golden color is unique and rarely grown outside of small specialized farms. The turnip roots are large averaging 4 inches in diameter and are a beautiful golden.
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An eye catching golden turnip! Introduced prior to 1859 and still going strong! This is one turnip you want your garden for its perfectly shaped 3-4″ amber globes.
In summer, each stem is topped with a ball of dusky pink flowers.
Plant edibles from seed or seedlings: lettuce, spinach, cole crops, beans, peas. Plant from seed only: carrots, beets, radish, turn.