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Germination: sow seed 1/4" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed
Other: spring sowing is preferred
Looking for an easy-to-grow vegetable that is both versatile and delicious? Look no further than the Cherry Belle Radish! This heirloom variety can be planted in the spring or fall and is ready to eat just five weeks after sowing. It prefers cool growing temperatures and can tolerate some shade, making it a great option for gardeners in a wide range of climates.
Cherry Belle Radishes have bright red skin with a crisp white inside and are never pithy, staying crunchy even in the fridge. This is the variety most commonly seen in supermarkets, sold in bunches. But did you know that the young leaves and pods of the plant are also edible? The young plants can even be eaten as a slightly spicy micro-green.
This versatile vegetable has a mild flavor and is great fresh, in salads or sandwiches. And if you let some Cherry Belle Radishes go to seed, the pods are also edible. Best of all, this variety is incredibly easy to grow! So why not add some Cherry Belle Radish seeds to your garden this season and enjoy the fresh, crisp flavor of this delicious vegetable?