For coleslaws, salads and side dishes. Choose from our sweet, baby and mature varieties for great taste and high colour.
Radish Amethyst Thompson & Morgan£1.99
The Radish ‘Amethyst’ is a particularly attractive addition to salads. Featuring rich purple roots that have a slight metallic sheen with crisp white flesh that is slow to turn pithy.
Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit this variety has robust foliage making them easy to pull and an excellent crop for containers, window boxes and greenhouse borders.
They can be sown regularly for continuous succulent roots throughout the summer months.
Sow in March to August, directly outside in the position you wish for them to grow. Alternatively sow in containers 13mm deep. Thin out as necessary to form plump and succulent roots.
Radish French Breakfast 2 Thompson & Morgan£1.99
The Radish ‘French Breakfast 2’ is a popular old variety that has stood the test of time. Crisp and crunchy, the cylindrical roots have a strong and clean flavour that will add a little spice to your summer salads.
‘French Breakfast 2’ produces reliable crops of attractive and red skinned roots with bright white tips. Idea for containers, window boxes and greenhouse borders. If sown regularly you will have continuous use of succulent roots throughout the summer.
Sow your seeds from March to July outdoors in well prepared soil. Sow thinly in either narrow or broad drills 13mm deep and 30cm apart.
Thin seedlings out when they are large enough to handle to 20mm apart.
Radish Il Candela De Fuoco Thompson & Morgan£1.99
The ‘Candela Di Fuoco’ features candle shaped roots of firey red, with succulent white centres. Long in shape and crunchy in texture, they have firm and mild flesh.
The roots can reach up to 10 inches in length, and their long shape makes them perfect for planting closely in crowded beds or in rows because their roots are so slim.
Directly sow into rich and well drained soil from February to September in a location that receives full sun to semi shade. For late sowing crops sow in late winter to spring, under cloches and for autumn cropping sow from midsummer.
Sow thinly 1cm deep in rows 20-25cm apart and when your seedlings are large enough to handle thin out to 15cm apart.
Sow every 14 days and you will have a succession of continual harvest throughout the growing season. You can also grow radishes as a catch crop between rows.
Radish Poloneza Thompson & Morgan£2.29
The Radish ‘Poloneza’ produces attractive round, red-skinned roots that have sweet white root ends that are similar to the ‘Sparkler’ radish. Mild and crisp, the white and pink tinged flesh does not become pithy and will make an attractive addition to salads. Rapid growing, this summer radish will resist bolting and are suitable for earlier sowings under glass as well as outdoors.
Directly sow your radish seeds from February to March under glass or from April outdoors. Sow in a well prepared fertile, moist and free draining seedbed in full sun or partial shade.
Sow thinly at a depth of 1cm in drills of 15cm apart. Once they are large enough to handle, thin out to rows 2.5cm apart. Regular sowings made at 4 week intervals will ensure a steady supply of radishes throughout the season. They grow rapidly and can be used for intercropping between other slower growing vegetables. If you have limited space, grow in patio containers and they will also make a worthwhile crop.
Radish Rudolf Thompson & Morgan£1.99
The ‘Rudolf’ Radish is a globe shaped variety with a crisp texture and peppery flavour that will liven up any salads or sandwiches. Winner of the RHS Award of Garden Merit they are quick and easy to grow either outdoors or under glass for early crops in only a few weeks of sowing.
Sow from March to July outdoors in well prepared soil. Sow thinly in narrow or broad drills 13mm deep and 30cm apart.
You can sow in January to March under glass for earlier crops, thin out as necessary to 20mm apart.