South GA Seed Company
Early 1800s heirloom variety. Best harvested after frost. Commonly grown as part of a late fall garden. Roots are sweet and long.
- QTY. 100
How to Save Seeds
Parsnip will cross pollinate so keep varieties separate by 500ft. Allow the parsnip plant to fully mature and go to seed. This will usually happen in the second year of growth. Once the seed heads have turned brown and dry, cut them off and place them in a paper bag. Be sure to label the bag with the date and type of plant. Shake the bag to release the seeds from the seed heads. Discard any debris or chaff. Store the seeds in a cool, dry place until you are ready to plant them. Be sure to label the container with the date and type of plant.