Fresh from the Cooking Light Garden, these radish varieties are easy to sow, fast to grow, and full of vibrant colors and flavors.
After a year of happy planting, weeding, and harvesting, we're thrilled to present the first crop from the Cooking Light Garden: radishes. And not the plain old variety: These are spring's first treats.
Perfectly round, mild, and sweet. Our earliest producer—from tiny sprout on March 9 to this golf ball--sized specimen on March 29!
This radish variety is deep purple outside and driven-snow white within. They're almost juicy and came along about two weeks after the Pink Beauties variety.
Looks like a turnip, bites like a radish. Uniformly white all the way through and ready at the same time as the Purple Plums. Even though they're colorless, these had the kickiest flavor.