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July plants ~ we have extended the dispatch to 26th July, it will include the following beetroot, Savoy cabbage, calabrese, leek, salads, kales, sprouting broccolis, and cauliflowers, stock limited ~ July plants, click here.

August plants dispatch will start from the 31st July, it will include kales, sprouting broccolis, cauliflowers, Oriental vegetables, cut & come again salads (dispatch runs from 31st July to 16th August) ~ August plants, click here.

Radish seeds

Radishes ~ Black Spanish Long (Moolli Type) (untreated seed)

Long tapered roots with dark brown skin and pure white flesh. Can be left in the ground and harvested in winter or stored in dry sand in frost free shed.

Just a reminder that they need to be sown in July for winter cropping.


Price: 1.20

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Radishes ~Mixed (organic seed)

A special pack containing a blend of shapes and colours to give a lovely variation in one row.


Price: 1.45

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Radishes ~ Cherry Belle (organic seed)

Cherry-shaped and cherry coloured; crisp pure-white flesh which is slow to go pithy or woody; mild flavour - suitable for children. 500 seeds.


Price: 1.40

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Radishes ~ China Rose (untreated seed)

hardy Winter variety; medium large oblong-shaped roots (up to 50cm); rose-pink skin and pure white flesh; good flavour - use fresh or stored - grate or slice raw or cook like turnips; produce edible seed pods in the second season. 250 seeds.


Price: 1.45

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Radishes ~ French Breakfast (organic seed)

One of the most famous varieties. Long red roots with a white tip.

Approx 500 plants can be expected from each packet.

Untreated seed


Price: 1.55

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Good traditional variety giving lovely round roots of bright red. Suitable for early cropping under cloches. Quick growing.

Approx 500 plants can be expected from each packet.

Untreated seed

WHEN TO SOW
March to September

WHERE TO SOW
Direct into seedbed in rows or broadcast over a small area

WHAT TO DO NEXT
Should not be transplanted and unless sown very thickly does not require thinning.


Price: 1.05

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