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Organic Watermelon Radish
Organic Watermelon Radish
Organic Watermelon Radish


 
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Lovely! Mildly sweet, crisp roots (baseball-sized!) are green on the outside, a layer of white and bright pink in the middle. Great storage, as well!

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Organic Watermelon Radish Lovely! Mildly sweet, crisp roots (baseball-sized!) are green on the outside, a layer of white and bright pink in the middle. Great storage, as well!

60 days to maturity

Raphanus sativus

Interplanting Peas and Radishes

Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 6 Write a review »

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review July 3, 2018
Reviewer: Kathie C. from Todos Santos, B.C.S., Mexico  
These radish were very disappointing.  They had very bland color, did not get very big & did not taste good.

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Great germination May 11, 2018
Reviewer: Greg Morse from Bagley, MN United States  
These did not produce but at no fault of the seed. It was a late after thought,planted poorly and not taken care of.
What seeds I did plant germinated just fine, just other factors interfered for a good crop.
Have leftover from 2017 and plan on giving them a much better growing experience.


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Great Fun! January 31, 2018
Reviewer: Bruce Blair from Stockbridge MA  
Easy to grow and unique looking radish, good flavor. I grow a lot of different radishes and these are now a part of the lineup.

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December 6, 2017
Reviewer: Gwen Stockdale Fellows from Naples, NY United States  
Pretty and not too hot.

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saved my cucumbers November 28, 2016
Reviewer: John Aldrich from Sterling, CT United States  
I planted these with my cucumbers in an attempt to discourage the beetles that ruin my crop every year. it worked wonderfully. And then the GIGANTIC roots got sliced and diced and fermented in the crock and tasted wonderful. Win-win

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