Well liked in Germany, this heirloom radish can grow as large as a baseball and not become woody, staying crisp. You can begin harvest at the size of a marble and then experiment up to the larger sizes. If you want larger roots, thin to two inches or more to create your own Giant radish. 30 to 40 days.
AAS Winner. One of the most popular garden varieties, it is bright red, round and firm with crisp white flesh. Tops average 3 inches. Keeps well. Early maturity – 25 days.
It is nice to have a surprise now and then, and with 5 different colors of radish, you will have the best of 5 different radish types. They range from mild to zesty. A nice way to surprise your family and dress up a salad tray. 30 days.
Asian heirloom with a white exterior and pink to red interior. It is sweet and crisp, in contrast to most radish varieties. Great for garnish, salads, or even pickling. The large tops make picking easy. 59 days.