Vegetable Seeds from Sow Seeds Ltd
Radish Malaga has a dark purple exterior that contrasts really well against the clean white inner making an attractive veg to perk up the salad bowl. Radish Malaga Violet produces crisp, peppery roots that are ready to eat about 4-6 weeks.
Radish Malaga Violet are at their best picked when about 2.5cm wide, any larger and they can become woody and hard. They are the ultimate quick growing vegetable that can be sown and harvested within 4 weeks.
Radishes don't need much space and are great used to intercrop between other veg that take longer to mature such as sweetcorn, beans, peas etc. Small amounts of successional sowings throughout spring & summer will give a regular crop and mean that they are eaten at their best.
Radish Malaga Violet can be eaten with Maldon salt or a freshly picked crisp salad.
Radish Malaga Violet Seed Information
|Seed Quantity:||Approx 500 seeds per pack.|
Any, but not freshly manured.
|When to Sow||
March to August.
|How to Sow:||
Sow thinly into drills 1cm deep in the ground about 2.5cm apart in rows 15cm apart.
Keep well watered especially during dry periods as this helps the roots from splitting. Keep an eye out for snails/slugs as they nibble on the radishes.
|Harvest:||3-4 weeks after sowing. April to September.|
When to Sow Radish Malaga Violet Vegetable Seeds
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