Mini Red Daikon

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Quick Facts:

    • Fast growing
    • AKA Shunkyo
    • Northern Chinese type
    • Matures in 30-40 days
    • Hybrid seeds

Mini Red Daikon

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Description:

Mini Red Daikon radish seeds are also known as Shunkyo. The red radish of northern Chinese cuisine is both hot and sweet in flavour. It has bright red skin over tender, crisp, white flesh. The tops are delicious and spicy. This daikon is fast growing and slow to bolt, so it can be planted for spring or fall production. So and grow as you would turnips, thinning them to 15-20cm (6-8") apart. Hybrid vigour brings uniformity and speedy growth to this lovely radish variety. For home gardeners on the coast, plan on sowing short rows three or four times in March and April, and again in September and October. This will result in a steady harvest, and they won't all be ready to pick at once.

Matures in 30-40 days. (Hybrid seeds)

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25 seeds RD691A $3.99 In stock $0.00
100 seeds RD691B $5.99 In stock $0.00
250 seeds RD691C $8.99 In stock $0.00
1000 seeds RD691D $17.99 In stock $0.00
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Quick Facts:

    • Fast growing
    • AKA Shunkyo
    • Northern Chinese type
    • Matures in 30-40 days
    • Hybrid seeds

How To Grow

Time your radish plantings a week apart for a longer harvest period. The secret to growing a great radish is to plant when the weather is cool, to not plant too close together and to harvest promptly before the roots get woody and bitter. Every part of the radish is edible. If you leave some of your radishes to go to seed you’ll find the pods before seed set are tender and juicy with a wonderfully sharp flavour that is excellent in stir-fries and soups. If you harvest the seeds before they dry they have a taste and texture reminiscent of caviar. Imagine the fresh seeds lightly sautéed with garlic and thyme on a bed of radish leaves. A gourmet delight! Follow along with this handy How to Grow Radishes from seed Guide and crunchy salad delights.