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Radish Bright Lights (Raphanus sativus) is an easy to grow excitingly coloured mix of crisp and crunchy tasty roots.
  • Care instructions: Regular watering ensures fast growth and prevents roots going woody.
  • Harvesting period: April to October
  • Planting instructions: Plant in rows 23cm apart.
  • Sowing period: February - September (outdoor).
  • Quantity in pack: 400

Radish Bright Lights (Raphanus Sativus) Seeds 489378

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bright and quick Great mix of colours shapes and a subtle difference in flavours. Like all radish they grow very quickly and there is enough in here to do several sowings about 2 weeks apart. This time of year I put some in between lettuce etc in the polytunnel. 10 April 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for beginners These looked fantastic - very colourful. As well as looking good in your salad, these were VERY easy to grow in a trough (just sprinkle on the seeds and wait), quick to grow (about 4 weeks to harvest) and the different colours have different tastes - watch out for the white ones, they are hot! I did not even thin them out, so I had a few smaller ones - but these were delicious anyway. Don't forget to sow a few every week - I forgot, and then I had to wait for more to grow. 08 August 2010
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