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The parsnip (Pastinaca sativa) is a root vegetable closely related to the carrot. It is a biennial plant usually grown as an annual. Its lon...


White Salvia scalera 'Vatican White,' with purple hesperis (Hesperis matronalis) and the parsnip, (Pastinaca sativa). This parsnip is featured throughout Great Dixter this year, particularly in the High Garden. ~Anemone Times Blog


The parsnip [ Pastinaca sativa ] is related to the carrot and was brought to Britain by the Romans. It is a very hardy root vegetable and is wonderful when roasted. It also makes a great addition to casserole, soups and stews. Easy to grow and require little maintenence. They can be left in the garden, even in the coldest weather. Parsnips are usually sown in early spring, and if successive sowings are made, parsnips can be harvested from autumn right through the winter

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Parsnip Harris Model Vegetable Seeds (Pastinaca sativa) 200+Seeds