White Icicle Summer Radish Seed

Summer Variety Extends Radish Season

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White Icicle Summer Radish Seed

Summer Variety Extends Radish Season

Make radish season last longer with this heirloom variety. White Icicle radish is mild flavored with 4-6 in. uniform roots that taper to a point. The delicious roots hold their quality well and state crisp and mild. This variety tolerates higher temperatures better than spring radishes and can often be sown into early summer. Even though it tolerates high temperatures better, it is still best to avoid sowing seed in the heat of summer. Once temperatures regularly reach 80 degrees or higher, it is time to stop sowing seed. For best flavor, do not let the soil dry out when growing radishes. Approx. 250 seeds per pkt. 27-30 DAYS.
SKU: 85087
$2.99
For each offer ordered, get 1 pkt of approx. 250 seeds
Grows in zones: 3-9
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Product Details

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Raphanus sativus 'White Icicle'
  • Height: 3-4 inches
  • Spacing: 2-3 inches between plants, 12 - 24 inches between rows
  • Depth:1/4 - 1/2 inch.
  • Spread:4 inches
  • Light Required:Full Sun
  • Yield: 100 bunches/100 foot row. 400/100 foot row
  • Size: 250 Seed Pkt
  • Fruit: Its tapered roots reach upwards of 5-6" long.
  • Days To Maturity: 30 Days
  • Zone: 3-9
  • Germination: 4 - 6 Days
  • Form: Vegetable, radish
  • Soil Requirements: Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
  • Seed Count: 500 per pkt, and 1 oz is about 2400 seeds.
  • Foliage: Green foliage.

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