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Heritage Radish French Breakfast

Heritage Radish French Breakfast

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Radishes are said to date back to the time the pyramids were built. Although called ‘French’ in the Americas and Victorian England (probably to note how popular they were in France), these radishes were eaten at breakfast (or tea time) sauteed with butter and a pinch of salt.


A mild elongated bi-colored root known as a spring type. Mild and crisp when harvested at 3” long.


Sow seed outdoors as soon as the ground can be worked. Plant seed ½” apart (or broadcast the seed) and cover with ⅛” soil. Thin to 3” apart when seedlings are 2” tall. Matures in just 25 days. Sow seeds every 2 weeks for a continuous harvest.

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