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White Icicle Radish (Heirloom, 30 Days)

Heirloom pre-1896. Snow white roots are mild and firm. They remain crisp but are best harvested while still immature, the size of your little finger. A relative of the ‘Lady Finger’ from the 1890’s. 

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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Elaine S.
United States
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Did not do well

This germinated well grew well but no radishes! Only skinny roots. And our soil is very loose rototilled and manure added so? We are in Southern California so perhaps our weather has something to do with it

Justin M.
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Used as a trap crop

I actually purchased these radish seeds to use as a companion trap crop for other summer garden crops, so they wont be harvested, but and so far so good! The radish leaves took on some damage from pests while they mostly left the other plants alone just as planned.

pamela m.
United States United States
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Using to deter pests

I bought these after white icicle radishes were recommended to me as companions to squash and melons in order to deter pests. These radishes won't be eaten so I don't know how they taste and frankly, I don't like radishes. :) They grow quickly and so far, no pests are bothering my plants!

Anna M.
United States
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Pine Tree Seeds

The tomato seeds and pepper seeds have grown to a healthy, happy size! I’m looking forward to planting them in the garden after all frosts are long gone. As for the white icicle radishes, It’s not time to plant them in the garden yet. Thank you!