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When and Where to Plant: Sow seed in early spring as soon
as ground can be worked. Cultivate soil and enrich with a
vegetable food and organic matter. Make successive plantings
every 2 weeks, except during hot weather. Sow seed sparingly,
firming soil over row.
Care: Keep soil moist and free of weeds. Protect from insects.
Harvesting: Pull when young and tender.
2RADISH (Packet: +/- 296 seeds) - Out of stock.
2RADISHQP (1/4 Pound)
2RADISHLB (1 Pound)
|How to Grow||Direct Sow|
|Planting Depth||1/4 inch|
|Seed Spacing||1/2 - 1 inch|
|Row Spacing||6-12 inches|
|Space After Thinning||1-2 inches|
|Days to Germination||7-14|
|Days to Harvest||20-50|
|Ways to Grow||Small Gardens|
|Neonicotinoid-Free||Yes - Learn More|
|Ships to Hawaii, Alaska & Canada||Yes|
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Comments about American Meadows Sparkler Radish Seeds:
I planted radishes with my lettuce at my brother's suggestion. These are the ones I ordered and they did fantastic. The only problem (and it's not a problem with the product) is that I still don't like radishes. I planted them hoping that I would develop a taste for them. Well, I never did... so my wife ate them and I shared the rest with my neighbors. But these seeds produced and that's all that matters.
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