This intriguing gourmet radish has a bright red heart, inside a white globe.  Roots are tender and sweet and reach a size of about 3.25 inches in diameter. Best as late fall crop, Add color to any salad. Maturity 50-60 more »

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A European winter variety that produces 3 to 4 inch turnip shaped roots with deep-black skin and solid crisp pungent pure-white flesh. Matures in 50 to 70 days and keeps well in good storage conditions. Space farther apart than small red varieties. Read More…

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This large Cherry Belle type with bright-red roots averages 1 to 1.5 inches in diameter with firm mild flesh and 3.5 to 4.5 inch tops. Grows large without getting pithy and holds well. Resistant to cold temperatures. Matures in 20 to 30 days. Read More…

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A very popular open pollinated round red variety that produces bright cherry-red roots .75 to 1.5 inches in diameter with crisp firm-white flesh. Tops average 2.5 to 3 inches tall. Resistant to pithiness. Matures in 20 to 30 days. Read More…

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A Chinese winter radish that can be harvested from 25 to 55 days after sowing. Full sized roots are 2 inches in diameter and up to 8 inches long with a smooth rose-colored skin. Roots are slightly larger towards the tip. Top are strong and tall. It is also used for sprouting. Read More…

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This jumbo round radish maintains its crispness and mild-sweet flavor despite its increased size. At 1 to 3 inches in diameter, 4 to 5 inch tops, this variety is nearly twice the size of standard round radishes. Read More…

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French Breakfast is a unique cylindrical shaped radish that has a vigorous growth habit. Expect the top ¾ to be red while the bottom ¼ to be white. This radish is typically 2 inches long by .75 inches in diameter. Read More…

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Also know as White Globe, roots are pure-white inside and out. Firm flesh stays crisp for a long time. Strong dark-green medium-sized tops are larger than most globe types. Matures in 23 to 30 days. Read More…

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Lady Slipper offers a new shape and color choice for radish growers. Plump elongated roots have a blunt tip and refined taproot. The very attractive pink color gives a smooth and elegant appearance. Flesh is crisp, mild and sweet with a unique flavor. Read More…

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Pink Celebration is an attractive round pink radish that holds well in storage. Roots average 1 to 1.25 inches in diameter with white mild interior. Tops range from 4 to 5 inches tall. Relative maturity is 30 days. Read More…

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These sprout stems are pinkish red (slightly darker than China Rose but lighter than Todo) with medium green cotyledons. When grown to maturity, roots are long and white; tops are green with colorful red stems and leaf veins. Read More…

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Sango is a new variety with deep purple-burgundy colored cotyledons and reddish-white stem. It is the darkest of any of the red sprouting varieties. They have a spicy taste rich in nutritional substances and only 17 calories per ¼ pound serving. Read More…

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This large seeded Japanese variety is used primarily for sprouting. Produces long white mildly pungent roots that average 12 to 14 inches by 2 to 3 inches. Large vigorous tops. Relative maturity is 45 to 65 days. Read More…

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This variety was developed specifically to produce red sprouts. Sprout stems are a colorful purplish red (darkest color of the red sprouting radish varieties) with muted reddish green cotyledons. Read More…

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This is an excellent white radish that is an Italian heirloom. This variety grows to about 1 inch in diameter and has long 5 to 6 inch tapered roots. It is known for its white skin and white flesh. Perfect for the home gardener and makes a great display for market growers. Read More…