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French Breakfast Radish (Heirloom, 25 Days)

Heirloom 1879. An elongated radish, scarlet on top and white on the bottom. Tender and mild in flavor. Suitable for hot, dry conditions. 

300 seeds


Raphanus sativus

Germination: 5-7 days

Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 60-75ºF.

Seed Sowing Depth: 1/2" deep

Sowing Outdoors: Starting in early spring. Sow 1/2-1" apart ,thin to 1-2" apart, soon after the seedlings emerge.

How much does a packet plant: 18-24 foot single row

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 fertile soil and consistent moisture. For a continuous harvest make successive plantings every 7-10 days when weather is still cool. 

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Henry R.
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French breakfast radish

Excellent. Good germination, radishes were not bitter and did not get pithy. They push out of the ground which makes it easy to know when it is time to harvest. I will buy them again.

Roy K.
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French Breakfast Radish

I have always gotten great product and service from Pinetree. My French Breakfast Radishes are mild and a pleasure to eat.

Cheryl D.
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'French Breakfast' is my go-to radish. I had 100% germination and love that it's one of my first spring edibles.

Excellent. I return to Pinetree Garden Seeds for its home-gardener-sized seed packets of new cultivars and old reliables. The smaller number of seeds per packet translates to savings not only when ordering but in the fact that fewer seeds need to be stored and be used past prime freshness.

Linda S.
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Radish seed

All radishes growing large. Can't wait!

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