(Raphanus sativus). Sow thinly 2.5 cm. deep in moderately manured soil. Salad radish can be sown throughout the year in all but the coldest areas, taking 4 - 6 weeks to mature. Winter types are usually sown late summer/autumn for winter use, maturing in around 3 months. 100 s/g
RADISH SPROUTS: See our “Sprouts and Micro mix” section.
Wilt resistant round red roots with short tops. Best harvested when 3 cm across.
Cylindrical scarlet roots tipped white 5 to 8 cm long. Crisp, tasty and attractive.
1867: Plum Purple (new!)
Sweet firm white inside, attractive purple outside, the round roots are excellent mixed with other varieties.
A blend of our salad radish varieties to produce an attractive range for the salad plate. Contains colours and shapes not listed in our general list.
An old favourite with long tapered white roots to 15cm. Packets only.
Round roots are black skinned with white flesh. Pungent. Packets only.
The true Munich Beer Radish with strong tops and pungent flesh. The juicy seed pods can also be used.
Sorry, this product is sold out for 2018.
Round white skinned roots with attractive red interior. Sweet and Peppery taste.