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White Icicle Radish
White Icicle Radish
White Icicle Radish
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White Icicle
28 days — The tender roots are best harvested while they are about three quarters of an inch in diameter and from four to six inches in length.  'White Icicle' roots are tapered in shape with thin, pure white skin and a rich, sweet flavor.

'White Icicle' originated from a German grower several years prior to its introduction into the United States in 1899 by J. M. Thorburn & Company.[1]  Thorburn stated, "The name is given in allusion to the shape and the transparent whiteness of the root. The leaves are short, the flavor exceedingly fine, and it is about as early as the earliest forcing varieties. If well cultivated, it produces roots 3˝ to 4 inches long in twenty-two days from date of sowing. This is the first long white forcing radish yet introduced."

Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 250 seeds.

  1. "List of American Varieties of Vegetables for the Years 1901 and 1902," by W. W. Tracy, Jr., USDA, 1903
Customer Reviews Average Rating review
love these
I mostly used these for the flowers and seed pods because the seeds I planted in the spring bolted. There is very little flavor to the pretty, purple flowers. I even used them as a cake decoration and people didn't realize they were real flowers. I love the seed pods in stir fries.
Reviewed by: Amber Schooley from Diamond Bar, CA. on 9/8/2014
they have kick!!
Loved these in salad and in a stir fry i made. VERY strong, but the flavor mellows a bit when cook! they grew so fast and we are still pulling them up now in the end of November :D
Reviewed by: kay peacock from midwest. on 11/22/2011
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