Seeds of heirloom root vegetables

Seeds of rare root vegetables such as purple salsify, earth almond, skirret or edible burdock - it is quite amazing how many rare root vegetables there are, and they hardly ever appear on ordinary menus or markets.
Typically North German Vegetable
Organic certification
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Fodder Beet 'Brigadier' (Beta vulgaris)
Brand new!
Celeriac 'Roem van Zwijndrecht' (Apium graveolens) organic
Organic certification Brand new!
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with seeds for 6 very unusual, delicious varieties
Brand new!
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Milk Thistle / Cardus Marianus (Silybum marianum) organic
Organic certification Temporarily out of stock
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Turnip 'Teltower Rübchen' (Brassica rapa var. teltowiensis) organic
Organic certification Temporarily out of stock
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Skirret (Sium sisarum)
Temporarily out of stock
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Spignel (Meum athamanticum)
Temporarily out of stock
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Earth Chestnut / Pignut (Conopodium majus)
Temporarily out of stock
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Turnip 'Teltower Rübchen' (Brassica rapa var. teltowiensis)
Temporarily out of stock
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Many of these species are wild vegetables and can be collected even in free nature. Cultivation in the house garden is advantageous, though, because there are also many root vegetables from different countries, which may not even occur naturally in your area.