Raphanus sativus

Each packet contains three grams or approximately 220 seeds.
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Black Spanish Round Radish
Large turnip-shaped globes that reach up to three inches in diameter.
Champion Radish<br>SOLD OUT
Bright red, one to one and one-half inch, globe with mild flesh.
Cherry Belle Radish<br>SOLD OUT
Quick growing, globe shaped radish with bright red skin and crisp, firm, white flesh.
China Rose Radish
Grow 5-7 inches long by 2-inches in diameter with smooth, pinkish-rose skin.
Chinese White Winter Radish
Large, white radishes that are excellent for pickling or winter storage.
Crimson Giant Radish
Crimson to scarlet skinned in color, globe to top-shaped, tender, crisp, and mild.
Early Scarlet Globe Radish<br>SOLD OUT
Bright red skin and crisp, white flesh. This variety also does well in frames and greenhouses for forcing.
Easter Egg Blend Radish<br><b>SOLD OUT</b>
An interesting mix or various colored radishes.
French Breakfast Radish
Scarlet with white tips and crisp, white flesh.
German Giant Radish<br>SOLD OUT
A round red radish with crisp, white and pungent flesh.
Hailstone White Globe Radish<br>SOLD OUT
Pure-white skinned globe shaped radishes. The flesh is firm.
Minowase Radish
A large Japanese variety; 3-inches in diameter by up to 2-feet in length.
Pink Beauty Radish
Attractive pink. An interesting addition to a tossed salad or vegetable platter.
Purple Plum Radish
Round, deep purple color, crisp white flesh that is sweet, mild and resists pithiness.
Red Bartender Radish
Bright red and the flesh has a pinkish hue, firm, and pungent.
Sparkler (Brightest White Tip) Radish
Bright red skin with a white tip; juicy and sweet.
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Growing Radishes: Radishes are generally very easy to grow. They are both fast to appear and fast to mature and therefore are a perfect choice for a child's first garden.

They perform best when sown in spring or late summer but with care can be planted from February to September in most areas (Northern hemisphere). Plant small amounts, five to seven days apart for a steady supply. Radishes do prefer cool weather and become pungent (hot) with warmer weather. They are also likely to bolt (go to seed) in warmer weather.

Plant seeds directly outdoors in as soon as soil can be worked and soil temperatures are about 45F. Plant ½ inch deep, ½ inch apart in rows at least 8 inches apart. Firm soil and keep moist until seedlings appear. Radishes have shallow root systems do keep watered. Harvest as soon as roots reach desired size. They become woody with age.

Radishes are a great snack food as they have about 100 calories per pound and contain vitamin C.

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