I have a nice stand of turnip seedlings that I hope to harvest for their tops and roots before winter sets in. They were about the only thing I could get to germinate in late August as I prepared for the fall garden so I feel an extra appreciation for them.
And, this time of the year, approaching All Hallow’s Eve to be exact, I contemplate their esteemed role, the tradition of carving a vegetable so you could use it to light your way.
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