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What are the pros? sets seed easily
What are the cons? Not cold soil tolerant
Have planted for 10yrs. Nice size, even when left to get larger doesn't split or get pithy. Very slow to bolt. Easy to get your own seed from. Seed stores well. Alittle on the spicy side. Tried to plant early this year with only handful coming up. Planted more a month later and all have come up. It doesn't like the colder soil. I have saved the first two that came up in cold soil for seed. Perhaps I can get some to adapt? happy growing.
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What are the pros? Nice spice level, easy to grow
What are the cons? Not super crisp
I really like the taste of this radish. It has a nice kick to it. They are easy to grow. My only complaint is they are a touch on the soft side texturally.
What are the pros? flavor, easy to grow
What are the cons? none
I grew five different kinds of radishes this spring, and these were the only ones to consistently grow beautiful, juicy roots in spite of the unusual hot weather. They resisted splitting even when very large. Less hot than the White Hailstones I grew, hotter than the red varieties.
What are the pros? everything!
I planted these a little late (middle March) for my zone (7) but they still did great in our totally unpredictable spring, with day temperatures ranging from 40 up to 92. Zlata was the only radish variety that tolerated this insane weather, it took a little longer than 30 days but they turned out delicious and not very spicy at all. We loved them and I can't wait to grow them again in fall!
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What are the pros? Easy to grow.
What are the cons? HOT!
If you like your radishes hot and spicy, this one is for you. Zlata has quite the bite. I grew these alongside Malaga. Excellent germination and quality for both varieties, but I much prefer the milder Malaga.