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Radish, Cherry Belle Radish AAS

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The Cherry Belle Radish is a 1948 AAS Winner. Cherry Belle Radishes are easy to grow and ready to harvest in as soon as 3 to 6 weeks.

Make plantings of cool-season spring radishes every week or two for a continuous harvest until hot weather hits. Since they mature quickly, radishes make a good intercrop along with slower growing crops, such as other cabbage family crops, or tomato or squash family crops or  follow radish harvest with summer succession crops such as beans, or fall-harvested crops.

The Cherry Belle Radish grows to about  3/4" inches across, has a crisp, white flesh that makes it prefect for eating as a snack, use as a garnish or added to salads.

  • Botanical Name - Raphanus sativus
  • Zone: 3-9 
  • Days to Maturity: 22-28 Days
  • Height: 6-8in
  • Fruit Color: Red
  • Treated: No
  • Germination Time: 3-7 Days
  • Breed: Heirloom, Open Pollinated
  • Germination Rate: 90%
  • Lifecycle: Biennial
  • Sunlight: Full Sun/Partial Shade
  • Watering: Average
  • Sow Method: Direct Sow or Transplant
  • Sow Depth: 1/2 inch
  • Seed Spacing 1 inch
  • Plant Spacing: Thin to 2in
  • Row Spacing: 12-18
  • Season of Interest: Spring, Fall
  • Radish Growing Guide
  • Companion Planting Guide

CLASSIFICATION:  Open Pollinated, Heirloom, Non-Gmo, Annual

Open pollinated means this plants flowers are fertilized by bees, moths, birds, bats, and even the wind or rain. The seed that forms produces the same plant the following year. 

All heirlooms are open pollinated, but not all open pollinated plants are heirlooms. Only a small fraction of the plant world is considered heirloom. This variety has a history of being passed down within communities and families as early as the 1700's, similar to the generational sharing of items like jewelry or furniture.

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  Did you know.. Radishes are members of the Brassicaceae (mustard or cabbage) family. The root is related to kale, broccoli, cauliflower, and horseradish, among others.