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What are the pros? Taste, growth rate
What are the cons? none
We don't grow any radish but French Breakfast. We succession plant them well into spring and pick them small/medium - serve them with a little sweet butter and salt or pickle them. This year we did have some slug damage, but only on those we let get too large.
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1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Excellent germination.
These radishes have excellent germination. My husband likes that they have a sweetness to them. They grow larger than the tradition cherry style radish. This was my first time growing them and I am on my third succession planting in my raised vegetable beds.
What are the pros? Taste, easy to grow
What are the cons? None
I am very happy with these. They grew quickly and whether I picked them small-ish or larger, they were delicious. I've only ever planted Cherry Belles, mainly for my husband who loves radishes, while I can take them or leave them. When I tried a bite of these, I was very pleasantly surprised at the slightly nutty and sweet but not as spicy taste. In fact I began to crave them and am now very disappointed they are gone. I even roasted some and they were amazing! It's almost May, and in deep east Texas probably too late to have another crop, but I'm going to try another planting in partial shade and see if they do OK. I will definitely buy more seeds next year and plant a larger area.
5 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Great for beginners!
What are the cons? None.
I sowed a packet of these seeds into my garden bed on May 5th by randomly scattering them over the top of the bed, lightly covering them with soil and watering them deeply every few days. Six plants came up and I pulled them up on the 31st to discover that they were not mature. I ate the largest one that was no longer than a bottle cap and no thicker than a pencil eraser to find that it was quite hot and spicy in flavor. Having discarded those plants, I watered the bed, mixed up the soil and planted some Danvers Half Long Carrot and Brandywine Tomato seeds in neat little rows. We have had at least two thunderstorms, including some pea sized hail since then. Today is June 4th and I now have 40 French Breakfast Radishes growing in the bed. That's gardening in the Texas Panhandle for you!
6 out of 8 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Quick growing, early maturity
What are the cons? A little too mild
These radishes are easy to grow and mature quickly. My only complaint is they are not super flavorful.