Harris Model Parsnip

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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. Still others add them to stews and soups. There are many ways to enjoy these tasty roots.

parsnipParsnips have 36mg Calcium and 71 mg phosphorous per 100gm. The vitamin C level though is 17mg per 100gm which is almost 3 times the level of vitamin C in carrots.

parsnipDid you know that Parsnips over winter with no protection in most places and are even more tasty after a freeze! Leave them right where they are until you need them. Parsnips can be stored this way as long as the soil is not water logged. You may also store them in the root cellar. Mike & Nancy Bubel recommend this variety in their book Root Cellaring.
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Parsnips have been used form generations because they store so well and make excellent human/animal food. Parsnips make an excellent rabbit food as well as being tasty for ruminants.

Recommended by the Following State Universities or Ag Extension Offices as a variety that performs well for their region . CA, OR, TX

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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. Still...Learn More