Learn an Easy Method to Grow Parsnips

Parsnips, popular with the ancient Greeks and Romans, were brought to the Americas with early settlers. Like carrots, parsnips are biennials but are generally grown as annuals and taste best after being kissed by an autumn frost before harvest.

Relatives of the carrot, parsnips are a super hardy cool-season crop that requires a long growing season and are best harvested after a few touches of frost in the fall.

Parsnips are especially tasty in soups and stews, giving them a sweet, nutty flavor, but these tubers can also be enjoyed on their own as a side dish. Plus, they're packed with nutrients like potassium and vitamins B6 and C.

Here's an easy tutorial on how to plant, grow, and harvest parsnips in your garden!

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