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French Breakfast Radish Seeds
French Breakfast Radish Seeds
French Breakfast Radish Seeds
French Breakfast Radish Seeds French Breakfast Radish Seeds French Breakfast Radish Seeds
French Breakfast Radish Seeds French Breakfast Radish Seeds French Breakfast Radish Seeds

French Breakfast Radish

150 Seeds

$ 2.99

(Raphanus sativus) Harvest your own homegrown radishes in just 21 days!  French breakfast radishes are among the most popular radishes because of their tender, crisp texture and mild flavor.  Well-suited for early spring and fall plantings. 20-30 days to harvest. 150 seeds per packet.

CULTURE: Plant seeds outdoors as soon as soil can be worked.  Sow seeds 1/4" deep, 1/2" apart, in rows 12-18" apart.  Germination will occur in 5-10 days.  Thin to 1" spacing after seedling have emerged.  Successive sowings can be made every 7-10 days throughout spring and fall.

(Raphanus sativus) Harvest your own homegrown radishes in just 21 days!  French breakfast radishes are among the most popular radishes because of their tender, crisp texture and mild flavor.  Well-suited for early spring and fall plantings. 20-30 days to harvest. 150 seeds per packet.

CULTURE: Plant seeds outdoors as soon as soil can be worked.  Sow seeds 1/4" deep, 1/2" apart, in rows 12-18" apart.  Germination will occur in 5-10 days.  Thin to 1" spacing after seedling have emerged.  Successive sowings can be made every 7-10 days throughout spring and fall.

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Customer Reviews

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Dan Hartford
Not containers

These were a gift from my brother. Planted part of them in a container as I don’t have much area to plant. It’s been 22 days since I planted and leaves are barely up. I planted some more a few days ago and they seem as big as my first planting. I believe it’s just me as the last few years I haven’t done good with any type of radishes. I hope the second planting does good.

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Alison Murray
So many sprouts

They germinated so quickly, it’s very satisfying to see them grow

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Raymond Edling
They all sprouted.

Very high germination rate. So far so good.

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Annie Klink
Very happy

Put these babies in the ground during 50 degree evenings and they sprouted up three days later. For reference these were planted in containers in zone 7


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