One of the first crops to pop its head from the soil, Early Scarlet Globe Radish (Raphanus sativus) has the classic color and shape that home and market gardeners love. Ready in only 20-28 days, this tasty variety has red skin and crisp white flesh.
Each packet contains approximately 250 seeds.
Planting and Harvesting Tips:
Radishes, a cool-weather crop, can be planted early, as soon as the soil can be worked in spring and weeks before the last frost. Sow directly into prepared beds — no more than 1/2 inch deep — with rows spaced 8-18 inches apart. Thin to one seedling for every two inches.
Pull roots when they are of usable size — usually one inch in diameter — and relatively young. Check often, as they can turn from tasty to terrible in a short period of time.