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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Very prolific, delicious
What are the cons? none
I was amazed how quickly these pods were ready to go. I am picking more than we can eat every day. Wonderful radish taste, great on tacos.
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12 May 2014
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Beautiful Flowers
What are the cons? N/A
I did pickle the pods, but to be honest, what I liked best about these are the flowers! They attracted good insects and were just lovely plants to have in my garden!
27 Jan 2014
6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? productive
The first time I planted it, it took a long time to come up. It finally did, and then produced flowers but no fruit was set. BCREEK didn't know why; all my other plants were pollinated. I replanted, and then with time I got tons of pods! I did find that the tips can be tough as well as the pod where it is attached to the stem, so I would cut those parts off. Pick smaller pods too, as they can be m;ore tender. It has a great radish taste! Especially nice here in Colorado, where regular radishes tend to bolt and get woody.
By Colorado Gardener
29 Dec 2013
What are the pros? crisp radish taste
Since radishes never seem to grow well in my Cleveland OH garden, I tried this variety. I planted a few dozen next to trellises in an area of rich soil that received about 6 hours of daily sun exposure. Within a couple of months, I had more rat's tail radish than I knew what to do with. For my own consumption, probably only a half dozen plants would've been enough. Staking or trellises weren't needed because the plant is sturdy enough to grow in a fairly straight pattern. It had a nice, bitey, radish taste.
11 Dec 2013
5 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow
One of the plants still producing in the brutal Texas heat. Just picked some tonight. I use them as I would mild peppers or raw in salads. I will plant more next time and try pickling. This also did well in a large pot.
30 Jul 2013
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