Botanical name: Brassica oleracea var. gongylodes Family: Brassicaceae (Mustard family)
Cabbage Turnip is a cross between wild cabbage and turnips, widely cultivated as a vegetable. Stem base is highly shortened, fleshy, spherical, looking like a turnip. Basal and lower stem leaves are green, numerous, unlike cabbage not overlapping into a head, generally obovate. Axillary leafy buds not forming heads. Inflorescence is neither fleshy nor condensed into a head. Flowers are yellow. Cabbage Turnip is a popular vegetable in Kashmir, for its edible leaves. In North-India its swollen stem is more popular as a vegetable.
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