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Harvesting radish

by dig the dirt editor

These crunchy, yummy, spicy vegetables are a great addition to salads. Or you can pickle them or eat them straight from the garden!

 

Harvesting Radish

 

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'cherry belle'

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'hailstone'

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'd'avignon'

 

How long does it take?

  • for different types of radhishes they will take anywhere from 20-40 days to mature.
  • rule of thumb is the round shaped radish should be 1" in diameter and the long radishes should be 4" long when harvested.
  • Radishes are typically a very easy vegetable to grow that you can harvest and seed spring, summer and fall.

How do I do it?

  • This couldn't be easier!  Just pull it right out of the ground- simple stuff...

Eat it:

  • Radishes are great as an addition to salads to add a little bite, but can also be pickled and saved for later.
  • Leaves are also edible and can be added to stir fry, or to salads.

Tags

radish, cherry belle radish

comments

Radishes are a GREAT companion plant to any of your salad greens. Plant aroud the edge of the bed. And don't forget to eat the tops of radishes, the greens are edible, too!
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Spirit Horse Herbals commented on 06/10/10
Oh, those look wonderful! I tried radishes once but they were so hot they were inedible!! Any ideas why? I will try again this fall....
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gardengirl commented on 06/10/10
They grow so quickly and I think they would work great in TX in the late fall... or even winter there!
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dig the dirt editor replied: on 06/10/10
Yes, fall it will be! I have a pack of seeds ready to go in. I bought them to plant early this spring, but forgot....shame on me!
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gardengirl replied: on 06/10/10

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