Mini Purple Daikon Radish

50 days. This small Daikon Radish grows to about 5" long and 2-3" wide when sown in spring. In fall it produces a rounder root. The Radishes are a beautiful bluish purple with mild white flesh ringed and streaked in purple. The edible leaves are spicier than the radish, which is mild-tasting and perfect for fresh salads and pickling. (F1.)
One packet of about 100 seeds
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#3855
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  • Daikon, Japanese for Radish, tends to grow larger and have a slightly hotter taste than their European-bred siblings. Daikon prefers cool weather to grow and is best seeded in early fall. As these Radishes grow, hill up the soil around them and keep the soil evenly (but not overly) moist and well-seeded.

    Average seed life: 3 years.
Daikon, Japanese for Radish, tends to grow larger and have a slightly hotter taste than their European-bred siblings. Daikon prefers cool weather to grow and is best seeded in early fall. As these Radishes grow, hill up the soil around them and keep the soil evenly (but not overly) moist and well-seeded.

Average seed life: 3 years.
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