Easy and Fast, Many Uses
Popular among children, radishes grow best in cooler months. They can be sown anywhere throughout the garden and are useful to seed with other root vegetables that take longer to mature. Greens are also edible.
- Seed Depth: .5 in.
- Row Spacing: 6 in.
- Seed Spacing: 1 in.
- Plant Spacing: 2 in.
- Days to Sprout: 7-14
- Days to Harvest: 20-30
Radishes are frost hardy. In mild climates radishes can be seeded all year long. In hotter climates, stick to planting in cooler months.
Thin when plants are 1 inch high. Water evenly as too little watering results in tough radishes. After thinning, fertilize with 5-10-10 or equivalent fertilizer.
Pick radishes as soon as they reach ample size otherwise they become tough and pithy.
Radish sprouts are much like cress with a tangy, peppery flavor.
Good source of Vitamin C.Growing Guide and Additional Tips