Shogoin turnip is one of the oldest traditional. It produces a large, globe turnip that can reach 6-8″ in diameter but is most tender when harvested at 4″. It is grown for both its delicious mild green tops and fine grained roots. The broad leafy greens grow to 20″ in height. Flesh is firm and crispy.
Cool season annual
Maturity: Approx. 70 days
Planting season: Spring or fall