Parsnips have a long culinary tradition, are flexible and nutritious, and are being introduced to many luxury and specialty restaurants' menus. Their tender, white carrot-like roots have a sweet, distinct flavour that goes well in soups and stews, as well as mashed, stir-fried, and roasted dishes. Harvest after the first frost has passed. When exposed to cold temperatures, starch transforms into sugar, making them sweeter.
Botanical Name : Pastinaca sativa
Common name : All American Parsnip
Size at maturity : 10”- 12”
Days to maturity : 105
Light requirement : Full sun
Planting time : Spring, fall
Sowing method : direct sow,
Planting depth : ½”-3/4"
Plant spacing : 2”- 3”
Ships : Year-round
Average seeds per ounce : Approx. 10,000