Daikon / Asian radish Radish

Japanese radishes are the best! Daikon has long (up to 50 cm), thin, white roots with smooth skin and a mild fresh taste. Radishes are indispensable in light, flavourful, and well-thought out cuisine.

Sow from the end of July in the open field until September. Thin out rows to 10 cm between individual plants. Keep soil moist.

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Sowing quantity 80 g/Are

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Amount
28030
Portion (for 3 m²)
3.95 CHF
0.00 CHF
28035
25 g (100 seeds/g)
13.55 CHF
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Salsify White salsify, Salsify

You could call this the white version of black salsify. Salsify was common in gardens and markets until the 17th century in Central Europe. It still has a strong place in England and the United States where it continues to be popular. But it is experiencing its own renaissance as more of us in Central Europe become enlightened to its usefulness and flavour. It is one of the most delicious winter vegetables and has high nutritional value such as having much inulin.

Sow from April onwards in rows 30 cm apart into deep soil. Dig up roots in the fall, place them in plastic bags, and store them in a root cellar or basement. We recommend that you dry it and peel it then wash it afterwards.

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Sowing quantity 50 g/Are

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Amount
32900
Portion (for 5 m²)
3.95 CHF
0.00 CHF

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Cherry belle Radish

This round, bright red, spicy, and crunchy radish gives a beautiful yield. It grows fast and gives instant gratification to gardeners ready to harvest.

Sow from March to April and from August to September in rows 10 cm apart. Ensure consistent moisture and keep soil loose. Elder leaf mulch helps repel flea beetles. Harvest continuously. Radishes do great intercropped with other vegetables.

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Sowing quantity 250 g/Are

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Price / item
Amount
27200
Portion (for 3 m²)
3.95 CHF
0.00 CHF
27205
25 g (150 seeds/g)
11.35 CHF
0.00 CHF
27206
100 g (150 seeds/g)
34.10 CHF
0.00 CHF

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Saxa Radish

This is your classic radish. It has a crisp, ball-round root. It is a bit spicy, but not very sharp. It can be planted and harvested early.

Sow from March to April and from August to September in rows 10 cm apart. Ensure consistent moisture and keep soil loose. Elder leaf mulch helps repel flea beetles. Harvest continuously. Radishes do great intercropped with other vegetables.

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Sowing quantity 250 g/Are

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Price / item
Amount
27210
Portion (for 3 m²)
3.95 CHF
0.00 CHF
27215
25 g (150 seeds/g)
11.35 CHF
0.00 CHF
27216
100 g (150 seeds/g)
19.30 CHF
0.00 CHF

Round Black Radish

This radish has a core with great texture. It also keeps well in a root cellar long into the winter. In addition to its culinary and storage benefits, it is also used medicinally to make cough syrups.

Sow in mid-June to mid-July in rows 30 cm apart. Rows can be thinned to 10 cm in between plants. Use only mature and well-cured compost. With uniform moisture, radishes form delicate and flavourful roots. Radishes do great intercropped with beets and leeks.

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Sowing quantity 80 g/Are

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Price / item
Amount
28000
Portion (for 5 m²)
3.95 CHF
0.00 CHF
28005
25 g (150 seeds/g)
13.55 CHF
0.00 CHF

Zurich market Radish

This long, white radish is very tasty and profitable. It is also very impressive at the produce stand.

Sow from late March to late April and from July to mid-August in rows 20 cm apart. Thin seedlings to 8 cm apart within rows. Ensure consistent moisture and keep soil loose. Elder leaf mulch helps repel flea beetles. Harvest continuously. Radishes do great intercropped with other vegetables.

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Sowing quantity 80 g/Are

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Price / item
Amount
28010
Portion (for 3 m²)
3.95 CHF
0.00 CHF
28015
25 g (150 seeds/g)
11.35 CHF
0.00 CHF

Munich Beer Radish

This heirloom variety has stood the test of time. It is a semi-long, pure-white radish with a tender flesh and great taste. The high vitamin and mineral content is an added plus.

Sow from late March to late April and from July to mid-August in rows 20 cm apart. Thin seedlings to 8 cm apart within rows. Ensure consistent moisture and keep soil loose. Elder leaf mulch helps repel flea beetles. Harvest continuously. Radishes do great intercropped with other vegetables.

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Sowing quantity 80 g/Are

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Unit
Price / item
Amount
28020
Portion (for 3 m²)
3.95 CHF
0.00 CHF
28025
25 g (150 seeds/g)
13.55 CHF
0.00 CHF

Party-Dipper Radish

These are a popular snack in Asian countries. The roots are not eaten, but rather the young, crisp fruits. These pods are juicy and slightly spicy—the ideal vegetable for dipping!

Sow from March to mid-May in rows 30 cm apart. Ensure balanced and consistent moisture. Tie blooming plants to a stake and harvest the pods continuously.

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Sowing quantity 80 g/Are

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Price / item
Amount
28050
Portion (for 3 m²)
4.50 CHF
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28055
25 g (150 seeds/g)
16.50 CHF
0.00 CHF

Rosa (annual) Red hawksbeard, pink hawk's-beard

Pink hawk’s-beard turns your flower bed into an enchanting sea of stars. The flowers are pretty and liven up bouquets where they keep their colour. Height reaches 50 cm.

Sow from March to April by broadcasting or in rows 30 cm apart. Best when planted in sunny areas.

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Sowing quantity g/Are

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Price / item
Amount
67000
Portion (for 3 m²)
3.95 CHF
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