The quick and convenient step by step guide to growing your Rutabaga Seeds!
Rutabaga is a cross between turnips and cabbage. They are in the mustard family, and have a golden root that tastes like peppery cabbage and sweetens when it is cooked. The rutabaga is healthy, easy to grow, and is excellent for long term storage.
How to Grow Rutabaga Seeds!
#1 | Rutabaga seeds – looking like tiny pellets – are always sown 1/2 inch deep in well-prepared soil, with the seeds themselves planted 1/2 inch apart.
# 2 | And, rows of rutabaga seeds in a vegetable garden need to be planted about two feet apart to allow for easy weeding, thinning, mulching, and eventual harvesting
#3 | Rutabaga should germinate in about 2 weeks.