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Growing your own swede from seed is a cost effective way of getting lots of tasty nutritious roots to use as a delicious accompaniment or for winter stews and soups. Swede thrives in cool temperatures and light soils, but modern F1 varieties such as Tweed will grow successfully in most conditions. Swede Marian seeds also offer a great resistance to both club root and mildew.
Mashed with carrots or smothered in butter, swede is a delicious vegetable, Swede is often referred to as turnip or neeps in Scotland, and tatties and neeps (potatoes and swede) are the traditional accompaniment to haggis!