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(3 customer reviews)
Hardy perennial with disease resistance and high yields. Grated roots have a delightful tang. Dig in spring or fall. Zones 3-9.
This item ships only in the spring.
If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.
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- Sunday, April 10, 2011
Never tried horseradish before
Reviewed By: Dan (Savannah, GA)
Having never tied to grow horseradish before, I was curious whether these hard, bare roots would ever grow. Already in April they are big, healthy plants and the plants themselves would make a great ornamental addition to any flower bed. Very beautiful leaves, almost like a small palm tree. Can't wait to grate my own Horsey sauce!
- Saturday, July 04, 2009
Reviewed By: Reg Ratoon (East Greenbush, NY)
Bought here last year and planted their horseradish late in the season.Had a problem with one plant and wrote to them on it.They sent me more without a delay this spring and no problem having to do it and no cost to me.No one else would do that as I know without some sort of pain given to the customer.Bottom line...this place does guarantee their goods without question!I just ordered more trees from them last week with a sale running.Why should I buy local and in the end pay for things that die off and pay again? No one really guarantees their plants-trees where I live.Plus ...they get more for their limited products they have to offer.
- Saturday, June 06, 2009
Reviewed By: Lee (East, Tennessee)
I've tried several varieties of horseradish for growing and Gurneys is the best. Most other seed places sell dried sticks that take an extra 3-4 weeks to sprout
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