Peppery or spicy, radishes are everyone's favorite salad addition. Some are quick yielding, ready in a month or so. Larger types, like China Rose, need longer growing periods but are also good for fall storage. Gardening with children? Radishes are ideal.
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Radish, China Rose$2.50
One of the oldest types of heirloom radish available. A very hardy, fall/ winter type. Roots are about 5-inches long ...
Radish, Cincinnati Market$2.75
Heirloom described in Vilmorin's The Vegetable Garden (1885); now becoming scarce. Deep red radishes are 6" long and tapered. Flesh ...
Radish, Early Scarlet Globe$2.75
Early forcing heirloom radish for home or market gardeners. Bright red skin, white flesh, 1" diameter, deep-globe shape. Very nice ...
Radish, Misato Rose$2.50
The skin of the Misato Rose Radish runs from light pink to green, but it is the flesh that is ...
Radish, National 2$2.00
Attractive and colorful with round red roots and a nice white tip. The National 2 Radish is early to mature, ...
Radish, Philadelphia White Box (Organic)$2.75
Historic radish listed in 1938 by D. Landreth Seed Company, the oldest seed house in the U.S., established in 1784. ...
Radish, Pink Beauty$2.50
A sweet and tasty radish that has become hard to find. Popular at farmer's markets and a must for all ...
Radish, Plum Purple$2.75
Released by the Alf Christianson Seed Company, 1985. Unique deep purple round roots. Firm white flesh is sweet and mild ...
Radish, Scarlet Globe (Baker Creek)$1.75
A classic red radish with crisp white flesh that is mild and tasty. The Early Scarlet Globe has a better ...
Radish, White Hailstone$1.75
An old-time radish that is very tasty, mild and crisp. (55 days) Planting Instructions: This cabbage-relative originally from Asia needs cooler conditions ...