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World's Largest Radish 20 Seeds - 100+lbs

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  • 70 Days to Maturity
  • Largest radish in the world
  • Crisp, tender flesh
  • 20 Seeds

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Sakurajima Mammouth Radish. The largest radish in the world, over 100 pounds each! The root sometimes over three feet around and two feet long, yet the white flesh is always crisp and tender. Can be eaten like other radishes or cooked like turnips. Of delicate taste, not strong. Introduced from Japan, where these radishes take the place of potatoes. 70 days.

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I planted these with a lot of excitement. My daughters were going to take them to day care and share the giant radish they grew in their garden. We were very excited when it came time to pull the radishes up. When we dug up the radishes, they looked like sick white radishes or carrots. They were long and no thicker than my little finger. I live in an area that grows a lot of root veggies. Our soil is great and yet these radishes were very sad to look at. I even let one of them go to flower. The flowers were pretty and smelled nice but the radish was still very thin. I will not grow these again.
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