China Rose Radish Sprouts Seeds

Organic

#7804
Availability: In Stock
These beautiful, rose-colored sprouts are a must for those who like that radish bite! Radish sprouts are a very common ingredient in Chinese and Japanese cuisine where they are eaten raw, simmered in soup, and used in sushi. They are rich in many vitamins and minerals, too.
$4.99 $2.99 30 grams

Botanical Name: Raphanus sativus

Days to Maturity: 4–6 days

Family: Brassicaceae

Native: Unknown

Harvesting: Enjoy radish sprouts when they have small, green leaves, usually about 4 to 6 days after starting. Some sprouting seeds have hulls (the outer seed covering), which can loosen during soaking and rinsing. Although the hulls are edible, you may choose to remove them for better sprout flavor, or to reduce the chance of mold due to excess moisture. To separate the hulls, empty your sprouts into a large bowl and fill it with cool water. Move the sprouts around in the water disentangling the sprouts and loosening the hulls, which will float to the top. The hulls can then be skimmed or poured off. Remove any unsprouted seeds at this time, too. Rinse the sprouts once more and drain thoroughly so they are dry to the touch. (Excessive moisture reduces sprouts' storage life.) Your sprouts are then ready to eat or store.

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China Rose Radish Sprouts Seeds Reviews

2 reviews
Tasty greens , easy to grow, and spicy radish also.
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I plant these early in the spring in a small cold box. The greens make a great salad addition. As I thin the plants out regularly I pull the radishes also. They don't always make it into the house. I eat them after a quick wash. I will plant again in late August and have another crop in late September. Spring and fall crop only. Cannot survive Colorado's heat in summer. Great harvesting. Prep your soil with lots of organic compost first.
Dave Clabots

Mix up your seeds and make YOUR perfect blend
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Jul 31, 2018
Botanical Interests has such a variety of sprouting seeds. With each order I always get my favorites and then try something new and different. I love mixing them up to create better combinations. I'm loving the process of sprouting seeds.
Cynthia

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