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Plants Matching rhaphanus sativus

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Jessie Keith

(Radish)

The beauty of radishes is they are easy to grow and fast. Like many crops in the cabbage family, these natives of Europe and Asia grow best in mild, cool weather, so they are best grown in spring and fall where summers are hot.

This annual root vegetable is best known in its round, red-skinned form, but radishes may also be elongated and pink, white or very dark in color. They have a crisp, juicy texture and a mild and sweet or hot and spicy flavor. Hot flavor can be cultivar dependent but...

Image of Rhaphanus sativus

Jessie Keith

(Altaglobe Radish, Radish)

The beauty of radishes is they are easy to grow and fast. Like many crops in the cabbage family, these natives of Europe and Asia grow best in mild, cool weather, so they are best grown in spring and fall where summers are hot.

This annual root vegetable is best known in its round, red-skinned form, but radishes may also be elongated and pink, white or very dark in color. They have a crisp, juicy texture and a mild and sweet or hot and spicy flavor. Hot flavor can be cultivar dependent but...

(Burpee White Radish, Radish)

The sweet, crisp, pure ivory radishes of 'Burpee White' maintain their mild flavor better than most other radishes, even in the heat. The globe-shaped roots are ready to harvest only 25 days after planting.

The beauty of radishes is they are easy to grow and fast. Like many crops in the cabbage family, these natives of Europe and Asia grow best in mild, cool weather, so they are best grown in spring and fall where summers are hot.

This annual root vegetable is best known in its round,...

(Cherry Belle Radish, Radish)

Some classic vegetables, like the 1949 AAS winning radish 'Cherry Belle', never lose their popularity. To this day, most seed vendors carry seed for the perfectly round, bright red, deliciously crunchy radishes. Roots are ready to harvest only 26 days after planting.

The beauty of radishes is they are easy to grow and fast. Like many crops in the cabbage family, these natives of Europe and Asia grow best in mild, cool weather, so they are best grown in spring and fall where summers are hot....

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Jessie Keith

(French Breakfast Radish, Radish)

The supremely sweet, crisp radishes of 'D'Avignon' are a cool-season treat. The long, cylindrical roots of this true French breakfast radish are red with white pointed tips and mature only 21 days after planting. They look beautiful when presented on a crudité tray and taste delicious when simply eaten on fresh buttered bread and seasoned with salt and pepper.

The beauty of radishes is they are easy to grow and fast. Like many crops in the cabbage family, these natives of Europe and Asia grow...

Image of Rhaphanus sativus

Jessie Keith

(French Breakfast Radish, Radish)

The beauty of radishes is they are easy to grow and fast. Like many crops in the cabbage family, these natives of Europe and Asia grow best in mild, cool weather, so they are best grown in spring and fall where summers are hot.

This annual root vegetable is best known in its round, red-skinned form, but radishes may also be elongated and pink, white or very dark in color. They have a crisp, juicy texture and a mild and sweet or hot and spicy flavor. Hot flavor can be cultivar dependent but...

Image of Rhaphanus sativus

Jessie Keith

(Radish, Rover Radish)

The beauty of radishes is they are easy to grow and fast. Like many crops in the cabbage family, these natives of Europe and Asia grow best in mild, cool weather, so they are best grown in spring and fall where summers are hot.

This annual root vegetable is best known in its round, red-skinned form, but radishes may also be elongated and pink, white or very dark in color. They have a crisp, juicy texture and a mild and sweet or hot and spicy flavor. Hot flavor can be cultivar dependent but...

Image of Rhaphanus sativus

Mark A. Miller

(Radish)

The beauty of radishes is they are easy to grow and fast. Like many crops in the cabbage family, these natives of Europe and Asia grow best in mild, cool weather, so they are best grown in spring and fall where summers are hot.

This annual root vegetable is best known in its round, red-skinned form, but radishes may also be elongated and pink, white or very dark in color. They have a crisp, juicy texture and a mild and sweet or hot and spicy flavor. Hot flavor can be cultivar dependent but...