This versatile variety can be boiled, stir-fried in strips, grated for salads or eaten raw like a carrot, and is a wonderful source of dietary fiber, vitamins C and B6, and minerals. Garden tip: Use the bulbs when they are the size of an apple, before they become hard and woody. You can also harvest at “baby” size. Store from Fall crop in a cool, frost-free place for Winter use. 50 days to harvest.