SICHUAN RED BEAUTY (Radish) CSB(A)

$4.80
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(Raphanus sativus)  Chinese heirloom originating from the Sichuan region.  Rich red skinned bulb with equally rich red flesh right through to centre with occasional 'throw-backs' producing a white centre.  Excellent for pickling (traditional use) or eaten raw or cooked.  180 seeds
 

(Radish01012-CSBA)

SKU Radish01012-CSBA
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

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