Growing Calendar for Radish French Breakfast Seeds
Delivery: 5-7 Working Days
Perhaps the fastest growing radish!
Bright scarlet red colour contrasts with the pure white tips.
Great taste and a good variety for children to grow because of the quick results.
Scarlet-red with pure white tips
Sow Outdoors: March-September in short rows 6in(15cm) apart directly in harvest location. Keep soil moist at all times.
Thin Out: to1in (2.5cm) apart
Harvest: May-October as required, for successional crops sow every two to three weeks.
Standard Seeds E.C Rules and Regulations.
Radishes are great- the whole plants are edible and they are easy to grow. The roots are fantastic in salads; harvested at the right time they are refreshing and tangy.
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