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An ancient variety of parsley, where the swollen root (looking like a miniature parsnip) is used as well as the flat leaves. The roots are eaten cooked, and are a traditional ingredient of Polish or Russian bortsch. It needs st least three months to grow to maturity, and deep well-tilled soil like that recommended for carrots. See 'Parsley'
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