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Black Spanish Round Radish
'Black Spanish Round' radishes can get quite large.
Black Spanish Round Radish
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Black Spanish Round

60 to 80 days — Large turnip-shaped globes that reach up to three inches in diameter with tall tops. The skin is blackish colored and its flesh is solid, crisp, and pungent (hot). As they are generally used for winter storage, sow in July or August, and store in moist sand after harvested.

This very old variety dates back prior to 1824. It has likely been in cultivation for hundreds of years.  Each packet contains three grams, which is approximately 250 seeds.
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A real radish
These things are not subtle. If you are not sure you really like radishes, you might want to find a different variety. I pickled them with surprisingly great results, and used in soups where they worked well. If you are interested in the greens, get them young because they get bristly. Otherwise, they produced well even though neglected, but space a little extra because they get big.
Reviewed by: Kyle Haines from CT. on 2/3/2016
Great radish
I was able to grow these in the fall and they produced tasty, spicy radishes. Left some in the ground because it got cold and I got sluggish and when I finally pulled them up, THEY WERE THE SIZE OF MY HEAD!! =D Had fun growing these. They needed no care at all.
Reviewed by: Valerie Whitman from 38134. on 7/31/2012
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