HINT: To prevent radishes becoming pithy, make sure that they have adequate water to ensure rapid growth. Do not allow to dry out.
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(Beta vulgaris) Large, golden orange, rounded roots with similar flavour & texture as red beetroot but do not bleed when cut. Sweet when harvested a
(Allium ampeloprasum var. porrum) Extra long, thin, greenish white stems with light green leaves. Quick growing; early to mature. Renown for its cons
(Lactuca sativa) Heirloom. Highly attractive, deep red / maroon leaves with back of leaves tinged green. Slow to bolt. Pleasant, chewy texture. 5
(Raphanus sativus) Heirloom dating back to 1865. Scarlet coloured roots with white tip & blunt end. Length 5-9cm with spicy hot flavour. Popular v
(Raphanus sativus) Originating from Spain since around 16th century; first introduced to english market prior to 1824. Also known as 'Ramolaccio', o
(Raphanus sativus) Originating in Holland prior to 1949. Oval radish, with cherry red skin & crisp white flesh. Mild flavoured, withstands cooler t
(Raphanus sativus) Heirloom dating back to 1840 & first introduced by Jesuit missionaries. Smooth pink-rose coloured skin with crisp white flesh; 5c
(Raphanus sativus) Dates prior to 1870's. Bright, red-pink, long, thin, tapered root to 15cm long with similar shape to a carrot. Tender, crisp & mi
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