Thursday, April 21, 2011

French Breakfast Radish Touted in Washington Post

Fast-growing radishes are one of the first vegetables you can plant and harvest in the spring. There was an interesting story about French breakfast radishes in yesterday's Washington Post.

Read article "The French Breakfast radish makes a handy snack" by Washington Post gardening writer Barbara Damrosch.

The article mentions D'Avignon, long French radish we carry.


D'Avignon is a good one to plant now in the north while temperatures are still relatively cool. This radish has a nice, fresh, sweet taste with a little zing of spice. It matures quickly. Under the right conditions,  D'Avignon will be ready to eat in about 3 weeks.

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