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Radish Seed 'Spring, Summer & Autumn Blend'

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Raphanus sativus sp.

  • Our special seed blend will give you a variety of different colours and shapes of radish. 
  • Will add both colour and piquancy to the salad bowl.

Supplied as a packet of approximately 800 seeds.

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We have carefully blended some different varieties of this popular salad vegetable into one packet to give a variety of colours and shapes from a single sowing - and of course varying heat and piquancy.

Radishes are an easy crop to grow - and perfect as a quick gap filler to pop in after you've cleared a row of this or that. In the height of summer cropping can be under a month from sowing. Radishes are also perfect for inter-planting with slower growing crops - making sure you get something whilst the slower crop matures.

Don't forget that Radishes can be cooked and used in just the same way as Swedes or Turnips, and any over-wintered radishes that run to seed can also provide a tasty dish or two - as both the stems and seed pods are edible (try pickling the seed pods for something a little different).

  • Sow thinly in" (1 cm) deep drills in rows 10" (25 cm) apart.
  • Thin summer and autumn crops to 1" - 2" (2.5 - 5 cm) apart - or winter crops to 6" (15 cm) apart.
  • Sow a few seeds weekly during spring and summer for a succession of cropping through until the autumn.
  • Top Tips
  • Radish enjoy a moist soil - but avoid over-watering.
  • Harvest regularly and as soon as large enough therwise they can tend to bolt.
  • Flea beetles love young radish foliage. To avoid damage consider netting the crop with insect protection netting or spraying with our BioFriend Plant Defence.
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