Namenia Turnip seeds
  • Namenia Turnip seeds

Namenia Turnip seeds

Leafwort Namenia is a gardener's variety with light green, incised leaves. The leaf is more tender than that of the Ordinary Green and therefore more suitable for raw consumption such as salads and stew.

  • Short growing time
  • Soft coarse leaves
  • Delicious as a stew or raw in a salad
  • Also suitable as a baby leaf 

Namenia turnip greens require fertile soil. Harvest the young leaves of approximately 20 cm. If you sow every 14 days, you will continuously harvest fresh turnip greens.

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Description

Leafwort Namenia is a gardener's variety with light green, incised leaves. The leaf is more tender than that of the Ordinary Green and therefore more suitable for raw consumption such as salads and stew.

  • Short growing time
  • Soft coarse leaves
  • Delicious as a stew or raw in a salad
  • Also suitable as a baby leaf 

Namenia turnip greens require fertile soil. Harvest the young leaves of approximately 20 cm. If you sow every 14 days, you will continuously harvest fresh turnip greens.

 

How do you grow turnip greens mesophyll namia?

In January and February, turnip greens can be sown under glass. From March to August can be sown directly in the field. Sow turnip greens seeds broadly or in rows.

Too little fertilizer can produce yellow leaves. Turnip greens are a typical spring vegetable. In the spring and summer the seeds germinate easily, in the autumn the seeds germinate less.

Harvest turnip greens after about 6 weeks  (10 to 15 cm height).

Specifications

Reference
HC-01010
EAN
8713172010105
Tags
Brand
Van Hemert & Co zaden

Other features

Botanic name
Brassica Campestris
Cultivar
Verbeterde Namenia
Category
Annual
Planting time
January - August
Flowering period
March - September
Height
25cm
Contents
8,0 grams
Collection
van Hemert & Co

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