Raphanus sativus (Open pollinated)

 How to plant Radish seeds 

Direct sow Radish seeds into the garden in spring or late summer to mature in cool weather. When about 1″ tall, thin to 2-3″ apart. Harvest as soon as they reach the size you prefer. Successive sowings will ensure a steady supply.

D'Avignon radish VG00177

D'AVIGNON RADISH Radish 21 days

Organically grown. A dip friendly 4″ cylindrical radish, intense red with a white pointed tip. Excellent flavor. From Southern France. Packet is 3 grams, about 260 seeds.

3 grams - $2.25
Gloriette radish VG00180

GLORIETTE Radish 30 days

One of the best radishes for crack-resistance, this vigorous hybrid can be harvested long after other varieties become pithy. Gloriette produces crunchy and delicious uniform bright red globes that have a long shelf life after picking.

3 grams - $1.99
Cherriette radish VG09112

CHERRIETTE Radish 20 days

An extra-early, large Dutch round radish with bright red skin and crisp, sweet white flesh. Very high quality and a superior keeper. An All-America Selections Winner. Packet is 2 grams, about 175 seeds.

2 grams - $2.49
Misato Rose Watermelon organic radish VG00181

MISATO ROSE WATERMELON Daikon Radish 65 days

Organically grown. A huge 4 to 6″, green to white skinned cool season radish with very crisp, brilliant pink inner flesh. Misato Rose has a mild sweet flavor with a hint of spiciness, perfect for adding to salads. Delicious pickled, too. Best sown in the late summer/fall.

½ gram - $1.99

How to Plant Radish Seeds

Sow seeds ½″ deep and ½″ apart, in rows at least 8″ apart. Kept at 55-65°F., germination is in 4-11 days. Radish seeds do not germinate well in hot conditions. Thin to 2 to 3″ apart.