A standard radish for short-day or cool-season bunching. Vigorous growing and slow to bolt. Remains mild, firm and delicious to a large size.
Early hybrid Cherry Belle-type. Good for cello pack and handles warm weather well. Uniform in size and shape.
A bright-red, globe-shaped radish with a white interior and slender tap root.
Rose-colored skin on a stubby 5″ long cylindrical-barrel shaped radish. Fall – winter-type radish.
A good winter storage radish, from crops planted in late summer.
Given space, grows as big as an apple. White flesh stays mild for a long time.
Attractive and uniform with good internal and exterior color, performs well under cool conditions. Works well for bunching or cello. Slow to become pithy.
Roots are nearly globe shaped at 2.5 to 3 inches in diameter with smooth skin. It has blood red color with virtually no zoning. This beet is a solid good keeping root. Medium green tops with tinges of red. Resistant to Downy Mildew.
Attractive, smooth and round. It has short tops and reaches edible size rapidly.
A farmstand favorite with pink, red, white, and lavender roots.
Crisp, tender, delicious, withstands heat.
Oblong and blunt, rose-scarlet with a white tip. White crisp flesh with a mildly pungent flavor.