(15 varieties to choose from)UPDATED FOR 2020


Packets will contain approximately 450 seeds.  Spring types can be planted anytime and mature quickly, but always do best when it is cool.  


Altaglobe - 25 days - Short, dark green tops, large cherry, deep red globe, quick to mature and holds well.  Pkt. $2.00


Champion- 25 days- Bright red, round globe shaped.  Pkt. $1.25


Cherry Belle- 22 days- Earliest red, nice uniform sized radish.  Pkt. $1.50

Cincinnati Market- 30 days- long red icicle type with an old history. Pkt.  $1.75

French Breakfast- 30 days- Oblong, blunt roots.  Red with white tips. Nice for slicing in salads as they make nice uniform slices.  Pkt. $1.25


French Golden - 60 days - A unique golden skinned radish.  Unique enough we would like to see it spread around. UNAVAILABLE FOR 2020.

German Giant ( Parat) - 30 days- rarely if ever gets woody and can get up to baseball size with proper care. Pure white inside with red skin. Pkt. $1.50


Hailstone- 30 days- Pure, white globe.  Very old variety.  Pkt. $1.25

Helios - A nice, round yellow skinned variety.  Pkt. $2.00

Long Scarlet- 55 days- Long, skinny, red radish.  Very old variety (pre-1870’s).  Pkt. $1.25

Pink Beauty- 30 days- Beautiful, round, bright pink radish. Does very well for us here, consistently producing a great crop.  Pkt. $1.50


Pink Lady Slipper - 30 days - Crisp, white flesh, oval shaped bright pink skin.  Pkt. $1.75


Plum Purple- 30 days- Beautiful purple skinned radish of excellent quality, round globe shape.  Pkt. $1.25


Redhead - 35 days - Bicolored fuschia/red top with bright white bottoms.  Pkt. $1.75


Sparkler - 25 days - Used to be known as Scarlet Turnip White Tip.  Red radish with a white tip, round globe in shape.  Pkt. $1.25


White Icicle- 35 days- Long white roots.  Tends to be stronger flavored than the red globe radishes.  Pkt. $1.25


Spring Radish Mix - A mix of all of the Spring season type radishes (except for French Golden).  Pkt. $1.75



(6 varieties to choose from)


  Plant in late summer to have mature about 2 weeks after the first frost.  Winter types do not do well in Spring plantings and need to be sown no earlier than July 15.  They need to be grown when the day length is shrinking.  If planted too early, they will not bulb up.  Approximately 450 seeds/pkt.


China White- 55 days- Same as China Rose, but white in color.  Pkt. $1.50


China Rose- 55 days-  Fall plant around August 1.  Roots get 8 inches long and 1 to 2 inches across.  Pink skin with white flesh.  Our poultry and sheep love this Autumn treat but they are good for human consumption. Pkt. $1.50 


Japanese Minowase- 60 days- Daikon type from Japan.  Can get very large.  White skin, white flesh.  Pkt. $2.00


Long Black Spanish- 65 days-  Long black skinned winter keeper.  Old history and very rare.  Roots are long and thick with excellent keeping ability.  Pkt. $2.00

Round Black Spanish-  55 days- A Winter type that we plant the first week of August here.  Roots must be pulled and placed into storage before the ground freezes. Will keep solid as a baseball until April.  Vegetables of this type were essential and popular 100 years ago.  Today’s instant gratification society and modern shipping methods have replaced this wonderful type of radish.  Caution:  Do not plant this one early in the Spring.  They will not ball up.  Pkt. $1.50

Watermelon - 60 days - White skin, pink red flesh.  While it can be planted in the Spring, it does best for us when planted in mid to late Summer for Fall harvest.  Pkt. $2.00

Winter Radish Mix - A mix of the above Pkt. $1.75

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