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Watermelon Radish
Watermelon Radish
Watermelon Radish
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Watermelon
55 days — Also known as 'Red Meat' and 'Continental Fancy', 'Watermelon' radish is an interesting variety in that it has white skin with tender, sweet, dark pink interiors. Grows fairly large in size (between a golf ball and a baseball). Does well as a late fall harvest variety. Each packet contains two grams, which is approximately 200 seeds.
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Most radishes are a little too spicy for my tastes. I typically only like them cooked. This one was very mild and actually sweet. I enjoyed it cooked or in salads. Even my step-dad loved it, and he's usually not big on radishes. It does tend to go woody if left in too long, do be sure to harvest within a couple weeks of the time it matures.

VSC NOTES: And along with Amber's harvest recommendations, remember to plant radishes in succession, say five to ten days apart. Since they don't just sit and wait for you to pick and all tend to mature the same number of days from sowing, succession planting allows you to harvest over a greater period of time. ~Mike
Reviewed by: Amber Schooley from Pomona, CA. on 3/3/2015
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