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28 days. Round scarlet red radish grows to good size. Very firm flesh, slim tap roots, tall tops. For extra early or late plantings.
22 days. Quick growing. Globe to round, skin bright cherry red, slender tap root. Flesh is white, crisp and firm. One of the best.
60 days. 2 1/2 by 8 inches long, square shoulder, blunt tip; creamy white skin, crisp, solid, snowy flesh. Large coarse tops.
25 days. The French breakfast radish is well adapted to the summer productions. Semi-elongated, red with medium white tip. Plants medium green, medium tall. Good pithiness tolerance.
23 days. Globe shape, deep scarlet, flesh white, very crisp and mild.
50 days. A popular variety for summer to fall harvest. Excellent quality for fresh market, cooking, pickling and salad use. White necked 2 1/2"-15 1/2". Strong against Fusarium and Virus dieases.
25 days. Almost round, bright scarlet skin with white tip. Clear white flesh, very crisp and tender. Popular with home gardeners.
29 days. Large white rooted radish with green shoulder, round shape. The inside is red to pink, very sweet and crisp. Large tops for easy pulling. Pick while they are colorful and still small.
30 days. Slender, tapering with white skin, crisp, tender and mild flavored. 4 to 5 inches long. Glistening pure white, an attractive variety for home and market.