Radishes

Radishes
Radishes have been cultivated since before Roman times.

Watermelon Radish
(Raphinus sativus) This is a variety popular in China and India and often used in Asian recipes. Watermelon Radishes are grown for their mild sweet flavor and beautiful hot pink color. Radishes can be harvested when small or allowed to reach softball size or even larger. Different and fun to grow. Most/full sun. 2-3 feet. 100+ seeds
$2.59
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French Breakfast Radish
(Raphinus sativus) French Breakfast has been grown in France since the late 1800s. Prized for their fast production (harvest in just 30 days from seed), the radishes are 2-3 inches long and tipped in white. With an excellent mild flavor, French Breakfast are a perfect addition to the spring and early summer table. Most/full sun. 100+ seeds
$2.59
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Cincinnati Market Radish
(Raphinus sativus) This variety was bred by the Glass Gardeners outside of Cincinnati in the mid 1800s. Popular in the South for export to the North in the winter, the Cincinnati Market Radish produces thin skinned 6-7 inch red radishes with firm white flesh with a mild flavor. Fast, productive, and good to eat! Most/full sun. 50+ seeds
$2.59
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Daikon Radish
(Raphinus sativus) Daikon Radish is first referenced in Japan in the early 1600s. Radishes reach 6-8 inches long and are sweet and mild with crispy flesh extremely versatile and fast growing. Excellent for use in pickling, salads, or slaws.. Most/full sun. 50+ seeds
$2.59
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Sparkler Radish
Sparkler White Tip Radishes are just one inch round with a sweet and mild flavor and were first available in a seed catalog in 1937. Very pretty red radishes feature snow white tips. Radishes are ready just 25-30 days from planting and very easy to grow. 50+ seeds
$2.59
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