Radish Red Arrow vs Red Candle


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Heirloom from Italy,  radish matures at about 8-9″ long in 30-40 days and can be sown nearly any time of year, but tastes best and sweetest in cooler growing seasons such as early spring and late autumn. Spring radish is a cool season crop best sown directly in early spring-late summer. Like many root vegetables, radish does not transplant well and should be direct sown.

Sow seeds in a Sunny site as soon as the ground is workable. Radishes are generally sown in mid-summer. Sow seed every two weeks 12 mm (1/2″) deep and about 2.5 cm (1″) apart in rows about 30 cm (12″) apart. Keep soil evenly moist during germination and growth. Harvest in 3-4 weeks when the roots have reached the size of a little ball.

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2gr / approx 200+ seeds


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