By Engrid Winslow There are two primary types of radish – one hails from Asia (the most common ones are daikon which is large and white) but there is also the large sweet and remarkably pink Watermelon Radish. Watermelon radishes are delicious raw and can be substituted for a cracker in crudités and they also […]
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Words barely do the watermelon radish justice. Virant. Brilliant fuchsia. Magic. We just started carrying the watermelon radish seed this year and it is one of the first seed packets I snagged this Spring. I’m not a big radish eater although I like them eaten raw with breakfast eggs as is common in some Persian […]
Watermelon Radish is a colorful heirloom from China, also known as Chinese Red Meat Radish, is very sweet and crisp. The root of this large radish has a creamy white and green exterior and beautiful red to pink flesh.
A great, colorful blend of organic, round, heirloom radishes in yellow, purple, ‘black’ and white. These small, crisp and mild radishes can be planted in succession through the spring and again in the fall for continual harvest. Quick to mature in as little as 4 weeks.
An excellent radish variety that has a long tapered, icicle-shaped root about 5” long. The crisp mild root has white skin and white flesh. Radishes are easy to grow and ready for harvest in just a few weeks. These grow well in containers. Plant in shallow pots for microgreens and harvest just before the true leaves emerge. Add to salads, sandwiches or sprinkle on top of stews and other dishes as a spicy, crunchy garnish.
Organic French Breakfast Radish is an early heirloom radish that has been grown since the 1880’s. The beautiful rose-scarlet roots are oblong with a blunt white tip, 2″ long, 3/4 ” diam and a small tender taproot. The crisp white flesh has a distinct mildly pungent flavor. This is a top quality old-fashioned favorite.
Heirloom Cherry Belle radishes are easy to grow, tasty, colorful and ready for harvest in just a few weeks. This variety has scarlet skin and crisp, white flesh. At full size, the roots are round and about ¾” in diameter. This is a very early maturing variety and grows well in containers.