Ostergruss Radish

New! 45-60 days. A popular German heirloom, the Ostergruss Radish, also known the German Salad Radish, was traditionally eaten as a snack with beer. They produce long, all-purpose, Carrot-like, rosy red roots with white tips and crisp white flesh with a sweet-spicy flavor. They grow well into summer and store better than most Radishes. They're great for cooking and pickling, too! (OP.)

One packet of about 400 seeds

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