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Radiant Radish Mix

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Organic Radiant Radish Mix Seeds

Raphanus sativus
Bright, crisp, sweet, and colorful, this mix announces the beginning of fresh culinary delights.
Art Pack, 250 seeds
Product ID# RA0276A , Certified Organic by NOFA-NY LLC
$3.95

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Quick Facts
Days to Germination 3-7 days
Days to Maturity 35 days
Planting Depth 3/4 inch
Spacing in Row 4 inches
Spacing Between Rows 12 inches
Height at Maturity 8 inches
Width at Maturity 2 inches
Detailed Product Info

In the north east, the first spring radishes mark the gateway of fresh eating. Though a few spring greens and herbs often precede them, the act of pulling the first fresh root out of the ground sends the heart aflutter. Bright, crisp, sweet, and colorful, this mix announces the beginning of fresh culinary delights. Looking to try something new? Try roasting these pretty pearls and tossing in a simple vinaigrette. Your mouth and heart won't regret it!

Growing Instructions

Direct sow as soon as soil can be worked, through mid-spring. Thin small radish seedlings to 2-4" apart. Keep watered, especially as the season warms up. Harvest radishes as soon as they are round. Store radishes without the top to keep roots firm. (Tops are enjoyable in a sauté or braising mix.) Plant in succession to have a steady crop. Sow in late summer for a spectacular fall crop.

About the Art and Artist
Artwork by Elizabeth St. Hilaire. Born and raised in New England, Elizabeth has lived in Central Florida for the past 19 years. She holds a B.F.A. in Advertising Design from Syracuse University, which prepared her for a dual identity as both graphic designer and fine artist (no cape required), and can switch gears at the drop of a hat! St. Hilaire Nelson is a signature member of the National Collage Society and criss-crosses the country several times a year to take her paper tidbits on the road. Teaching and sharing her collage technique through an intense 3-day Paper Paintings Workshop has become a passion. A Finalist in The Richeson 75 Online Annual Art Contest (2013) as well as for The Artist’s Magazine 29th Annual Art Competition (2012) both in the category of Animals/Wildlife; St. Hilaire Nelson was also an award winner at the National Collage Society’s Signature Members Exhbition at the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum, Mesa AZ (2013) and took first place in the category of Collage/Mixed Media for The Artist’s Magazine All Media Contest (2010).

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