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ROUND BLACK RADISH (33 days heirloom)

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SKU: 308

HEIRLOOM 1824 in US, 1500s in Europe. A fine variation on the black Spanish radish that has been around since the 1500s. Large roots are 4 inches across with an attractive black skin while the flesh is a pure creamy white. Mildly pungent and can be used for a variety of cooked dishes as well as fresh with beer. Round Black even stores well in a root cellar. Would prefer to mature in cooler weather. 300 seeds
HEIRLOOM 1824 in US, 1500s in Europe. A fine variation on the black Spanish radish that has been around since the 1500s. Large roots are 4 inches across with an attractive black skin while the flesh is a pure creamy white. Mildly pungent and can be used for a variety of cooked dishes as well as fresh with beer. Round Black even stores well in a root cellar. Would prefer to mature in cooler weather. 300 seeds PLANTING: Outdoors- Sow 1/2” deep, 1/2 -1” apart in early spring. Thin to 1-2’ apart, soon after they emerge Harvest- 3-4 weeks after planting at 1” in diameter, pull them promptly as they rapidly decline becoming tough and pithy Tips- They need rapid growth for optimum results, provided by fertile soil and consistent moisture. For continuous harvest make successive planting every 7-10 days when weather is still cool.

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Short Description HEIRLOOM 1824 in US, 1500s in Europe. A fine variation on the black Spanish radish that has been around since the 1500s. Large roots are 4 inches across with an attractive black skin while the flesh is a pure creamy white. Mildly pungent and can be used for a variety of cooked dishes as well as fresh with beer. Round Black even stores well in a root cellar. Would prefer to mature in cooler weather. 300 seeds
SKU 308
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