When it comes to growing radishes, it may not be clear about the different between spring radishes and winter radishes. This video breaks down the difference and gives you tips and tricks for growing them in abundance.
Not sure you love radishes? Keep reading to find our favorite ways to prepare them. Now, let’s dive into the the video.
Spring vs. Winter Radishes – What’s the Difference?
Our favorite varieties of radishes – first Spring:
Read more about Cherry Belle, French Breakfast and Easter Egg radishes in this blog post. Our favorite recipe is also on that page.
Helios – golden skin, white flesh.
Purple Plum – purple skin, white flesh. Can be considered a crossover to winter radishes, but we pick them young.
Pink Beauty – delicate and beautiful in any dish.
Now Winter Radishes:
Daikon – there are many sub-varieties of this radish, including some that have green or yellow skin.
Bora King – pink through and through. Great for pickling.
Black Spanish – black skin, white flesh. Wonderful roasted.
Watermelon – an old favorite, sure to please.
Not Sure What to Do With Them?
Try these recipes found in a quick search on Gardenerd.com.
If you grew up not liking radishes, give them a try again. Now that you know you can roast them, transform them into a dish everyone will love.