Parsnip Heirloom Seeds

Parsnip Heirloom Seeds can be saved and used year in and year out to produce, sweet, startchy parsnips that will taste best when grown as an annual.

Harris Model Parsnip

Harris Model Parsnip (95 days) Harris is THE parsnip that people think of when they think of par...

Harris Model Parsnip (95 days) Harris is THE parsnip that people think of when they think of parsnips. This has been the standard for years and for good reason. Harris Model has smooth skin, a sweetish-nutty flavor and fine grained flesh. You can expect 12" long roots, that are 3 1/2 " at the shoulder. How do I eat them? Parsnips can be substituted for carrots in many recipes. You can remove the skin and mash them like potatoes with a little butter. Some folks grate them into salads fresh....

$2.61 $40.94

All American Parsnip

Pastinaca sativa All American Parsnip (125 days) All American has a sweet, tender, white and fine...

Pastinaca sativa All American Parsnip (125 days) All American has a sweet, tender, white and fine grained flesh that makes this a popular parsnip. The thick white roots are uniform, with smooth shoulders. All American reaches 2-3" across and about 12" long. Very nice sugar content making it so tasty mashed like potatoes. Just add a little butter. All American parsnip stores well. Recommended by the Following State Universities or Ag Extension Offices as a variety that performs well for the...

$2.61 $26.20