These get physically quite huge, with long, enormous leaves that tend to splay against the ground and dominate the area in which they are grown. I definitely recommend you keep them to themselves or plant them next to something that is big enough to defend itself, which my beets certainly weren't. The roots get huge as well, the whole mature plant more like a really large turnip than any kind of radish. Very good spicy flavor though, with a fine-grained crunchy texture. Try them sliced thin on sandwiches.
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