Daikon Radish

Raphanus sativus

45 Days

40 Seeds

Originally from the Mediterranean and brought to Asia in the 4th century, where it has been grown since. This long rooted radish has a milder taste than a regular radish and is used for dishes like stews, soups and fresh in salads. Great as a garnish on many dishes when pickled.

Growing Directions

Sow seeds 1/4″ to 1/2″ deep, 4″-6″ apart in spring, in full sun when ground is warm and workable. Daikons like cool spring weather and cool fall weather. Start a second crop in late summer for late fall harvest. Will benefit from a high ph soil. Rotate crops for optimal growth.

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