It is easy to grow radishes in the winter and spring in South Florida. I recently ran out of good weather and had to buy some at the grocery store.

I miss my lovely radishes. Pictured above.


11 comments on “Radishes

  1. The heat is here. Did you get much rain?

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  2. Chloris says:

    They are quick and eady to grow. I expect you are glad of some rain though.


  3. tonytomeo says:

    You know (being in South Florida) that many of the cool season vegetables need to be times well. I was not very fond of radishes, but found them easier to grow because they finish faster, hopefully before the weather gets too warm.

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    • Timing is everything when growing vegetables anywhere.

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      • tonytomeo says:

        Yes, of course; but some timing is more important in certain regions than others. We must be careful with cool season crops to get the most out of a limited cool season. However, the same tomatoes that must be started inside in cooler regions grow like weeds here even if planted half a season late.

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  4. George Rogers says:

    I have not been drinking,, but if you look at those radishes upside down hey take on a whole new aesthetic appeal, like little red people from a universe far far away.

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  5. Karen says:

    This is the time of the year when gardening can be a little more challenging.

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  6. I think it depends on how you look at it, I have Papayas on the trees, the best crop of herbs in years and the wildflowers in the pollinator garden are attracting butterflies like you wouldn’t believe. I just wish I liked Chayote and the tropical sweet potatoes.


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