Rampion Seeds

Rampion Seeds
(raperonzolo, rapunzel) Very old German heirloom looks much like a radish and is used much the same except the tops may also be used as a green. It was widely cultivated in the 17th century in central Europe. Rampion has a very tasty root and top green with a colorful history. There is a Grimm Brothers tale about the unfortunate child Rapunzel (German for 'rampion') who was given up to a witch after her father was caught stealing these roots from the witch's garden. Untreated seed.
Botanical Name Campanula ranunculus
Weight (grams) 0.1
Approx no. of seeds 200
Est. Maturity (days) 90
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  • Product Code: ZXR10
  • SKU: ZXR10
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