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Parsnips are an underrated cool-season root vegetable. A hardy annual in zones 2 through 9, parsnip foliage resembles parsley but the root looks (and tastes) like a less colorful carrot. This easy-to-grow vegetable is often overlooked, but parsnips have a host of potential benefits for your garden and your family! Reap the reward of tasty parsnip root without putting the work that some other classic vegetables require (I won’t name names, but you know who they are).
What's to love about garden parsnips
- Thrives in bright, sunny growing areas
- A cool season vegetable rich in Vitamin C and potassium
- Can be roasted, pan fried, boiled, mashed, eaten raw in salads, and more
- Resemble carrots visually but have a more nutty, earthy flavor