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Bartender Mammoth radish

Bartender Mammoth radish

Bartender Mammoth radish

Bartender Mammoth radish

Bartender Mammoth radish

Bartender Mammoth radishes, a spring radish, look like pink carrots and grow about 9 inches long at their optimal length. Like carrots they are often served with dip or hummus and on veggie platters because of their sweet but also spicy flavor. They are heat-tolerant and can be planted comfortably in higher USDA planting zones.

Days to maturity

  • 35 to 40 days

Sun Exposure

  • Full sun

Soil pH

  • 5.8 to 6.8

Hardiness Zones

  • Zones 2 to 9 (shade cloth may still be needed in higher zones)

Spacing

  • Plants: 6 inches apart
  • Rows: 12 to 18 inches apart

Moisture

  • 1 inch per week

Notes

  • Harvest when 9 inches long
  • Germinate in soil that is 65 to 85 degrees F

Have you ever grown Bartender Mammoth radishes? Please tell us about your experiences.

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