Radish flowers are edible once the roots have become woody

Sow: February to September

Flowers: March to October

Where:  Full sun or light shade.  Ideal for smaller gardens, containers, flower beds, vegetable patches.

How many seeds?  3.5g (average 350 seeds)

Also known as: Raphanus sativus

Radish Flowers ‘Scarlet Globe’

Radishes are most commonly grown only for their edible root but few know that the entire plant is edible. The flowers have four petals each, roughly arranged in a cross shape. Radishes are probably one of the easiest vegetables and edible flowers to grow. Quick to produce and great for children to grow. Scarlet Globe is a popular radish which produces bright red, evenly shaped roots with pure white, crisp flesh and peppery, radish flavoured white flowers.  The flowers are delicious in salads, sandwiches or used as a garnish.  The seed pods are also edible and are a crisp, tasty crop which can be enjoyed as a snack, salad item or vegetable.

Presentation Pack includes:-
Radish Seed
Growing & Harvesting Radish Instructions
Radish Flower Eating Guide
Radish Flower Recipe Leaflet
4 Additional Edible Flower Recipe Cards

Plant Label

Refill Packs include:-Flower Seeds only

£2.95£4.95

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