(Pastinaca sativa) Hungarian heirloom. Vigorous plant producing large, broad shouldered, smooth, bright white roots to 18cm with little forking. Rich, sweet, nutty flavour. Hardy variety - tolerates heavy soils well. 100-110 days. 120 seeds
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