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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(Brassica oleracea) Heirloom first introduced to America by Italian immigrants prior to 1880. Compact, dark-green head up to 20cm across. Bush cont
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