Lyons, OR, United States
May 6, 2019
A New Favorite Spring Crop
Easy to Grow 5.0
EarlyMaturity 5.0

What are the pros? Everything

What are the cons? I'm running out of them


1st, keep in mind that radishes like cool, wet weather. If you read a bad review, where the grower did not provide these things, you can't really blame the radish. 2nd, they are a root crop, so they need phosphorus. Once again, if someone reports all greens and no radish; it is also an issue of user error. Growing in Oregon These things withstood PNW torrential downpour for weeks on end, a few freezes and just kept going. I thought that they would need an extra week or two due to lack of sunlight, but no, they finished right on time. The flavor is definitely sweeter earlier in the spring, but the spiciness is very pleasant, for those of us, who like radishes. The pictures do not do them justice. They have a nice crunch, that reminds me a bit of an apple. They have a hint of sweet nuttiness to them. I loved them enough to order 3 more varieties for the fall. I really, really love these radishes. The only problem was slugs, but that is par for the course here in the PNW. A hearty thanks to B.C.!

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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