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92.9% would recommend this item to a friend.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? The Picture
What are the cons? Goes to seed
I can not get this radish to grow at all. It just goes to seed. I tried in Spring and Fall last year and will again this year. I'm in Nova Scotia Canada, I would definitely expect them to grow here
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3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? doesn't get woody when large
What are the cons? A little longer to maturity
Great flavor. Can harvest from a single plant over the span of a month or so while the radishes continue to grow. The flavor and texture don't deteriorate. Great in salads or cooked.
9 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? loved every single thing about
What are the cons? n/a
We grew these for the first time in our new organic farm endeavor. We started seeds late, and just harvested last week (early May in Georgia) We had let them get about the size of a large lemon. They were AWESOME! Tender, sweet, just the right amount of peppery. They were actually kinda buttery. I gave samples to several chefs and friends and sold every single one of them just posting them on our farms' facebook page (I delivered them) We sold them for $6 for a bunch of three with the greens. We pulled them, put them in a tub with a wee bit of water, delivered the next day with greens still fresh. I sauteed the greens in bacon grease, then crumbled bacon on top. OH MY GOSH! They were AWESOME. I also dipped slices of the radish in bacon grease then roasted them. OH MY GOSH! Also awesome! We sold all 80 that we grew and only kept about 3 for ourselves so I'm ordering more! We are going to try planting a dozen just for us and see if they will grow this late.
13 out of 15 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Nice meaty radish
What are the cons? Longer growing radish.
If you want a hot radish, eat them small! Larger ones are sweeter. Be patient with these as they look like they arent bulbing, at first. I ate 6 small ones and it cleaned out my Sinuses. Definitely a staple crop from now on.
8 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Super easy to grow
What are the cons? Maturity takes a while.
So pretty, this my first huge garden and all my other types of radishes have come and gone and these are still growing. They are about the size of a large walnut.