Radish - Flamboyant 3
This variety produces high quality half-long, cylindrical radishes with a white tip. When you bite into Radish Flamboyant Sabina, the first reaction is "wow!". The flavour really is refreshingly strong, crisp and clean. It's just what the summer salads needs.
Radishes grow well in most soils, but prefer rich, moist free draining soils. Sow seeds at regular intervals from March to August into well cultivated soil. Sow seeds very thinly 1cm deep in drills 15cm apart. Thin out seedlings to 3-5cm apart. Water during dry spells. For summer sowings choose a moist cool spot to prevent running to seed. As radishes grow so fast and use less of the soil goodness, use them totally as a catch crop with other slower-maturing produce. Harvest as soon as the roots reach reasonable size, if left too long they will become hot and woody.