Radish : April Cross Hybrid Radish
60 days. April Cross is the Daikon radish you want for big harvests of incomparably flavorful roots--these carrot-shaped winter radishes are crisp, mild, and subtly sweet! Maturing in just 2 months to an whopping 8 inches long and at least 3 inches in diameter, a single fruit is a meal! Try them steamed with onions or cheese, or in Asian cuisine. The fruit has smooth white flesh that keeps its color and texture over long-term storage. Daikon, or Asian radishes, are root crops harvested in fall. Much longer-lasting than spring radishes, they can easily be stored over winter. If they are planted too early, they may flower instead of developing their vegetable root--they need colder weather and shorter days. Easy to grow--just direct-sow, thinning the seedlings to 1 to 2 inches apart as soon as they emerge. Pkt is 1/16-oz, or 75 seeds.Brassicaceae Raphanus sativus
Radish: China Rose
China Rose is a unique winter radish. The radishes have a rose and white-colored skin with a deep rose color inside and are 6"-8" x 2" in size. The spicy flesh is delicious sliced fresh, and the radish tops are wonderful cooked in chicken broth until tender and seasoned with butter and pepper. This is a good storage variety.
Radish: French Breakfast
French Breakfast is a mild, tasty radish. The 2"-long, bright, scarlet-red roots with white tips make an eye-catching snack. This top-quality variety is good for the farmer's market.
Radish: French Breakfast BC
A pre-1885 French heirloom with mild spicy flavor. Red top and white bottom. An attractive gourmet variety. Contains 200-500 heirloom seeds.
Radish: White Icicle
Also known as Lady Finger, White Icicle's uniform, slim 4"-6" x .5"-1" roots taper to a point and have a very slender taproot. The flesh is crisp, mild, and white. The 5"-6" tops are good to eat. This standard long, white type is easy to force, matures mid-season, and holds quality well.