The Activist Parsnip – Piebird’s Heirloom Seeds


This Parsnip Thwarts Pipelines!

Parsnips are particularly popular with the positive kinds of people who passionately protect the planet.

Go for a picnic with your peeps on a pipeline path and sprinkle a pack of these parsnip seeds that will produce preposterously large. They’ll plug up the poisonous pipeline and help stop its profanity upon the planet!

Put those pesky oil-pushers in a predicament! Pow!

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Bring the parsnips to your protest planning vegan potlucks, pass them around to your pacifist pals, share them on the street and tell everyone you meet: “Parsnips Not Pipelines!”

These parsnips are slender, smooth and long with good disease resistance.

Planting Instructions:

Parsnips need a long growing season, so sow as soon as the soil is workable: 1/2 inch deep and 1 inch apart in rows 6 inches apart. Be patient, parsnips can take more than two weeks to germinate. Thin to 3-6 inches. Guarantee good germination by using a fresh pack of seeds (parsnip seed viability drops dramatically after 1 year). Taste is sweeter if left int he ground until after a few hard frosts. Overwinter in the ground.

Traditional name: Lancer