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Thining 'Black Spanish' Radish seedlings. .
A job best done when soil is damp and not dry, the seedlings pull away so much more easily.
Thinning is important when growing radishes otherwise they are fighting for growing space.
So it's better to have a few descent size roots then hardly any when left too crowded to grow.
As the name suggests Black Spanish, I read, will be an amazing jet black skinned radish with a surprising pure white flesh. 2 varieties are available. Round or elongated. I have the round variety. .
Reviews tell me this winter radish holds no prisoners and packs a strong almost wasabi or mustard flavour notes at the back of your throat, whizzing through your ears and racing out through the nose, just as quickly as it hit your taste buds. Now that I am looking forward too 😖(⬅️ that will be my face on my first bite🤣)
This being a winter veg, I look forward to cooking this amazing veg, as it's best known to be used, as well as adding to winter salads with a mild salad dressing. .
In other news: can you see the chilli plant(s) 'jungle' past the deep orange petaled Rudbeckia marmalade? Although there is fruit forming on them, and I mean a lot of fruit, just wondering: Will they be spicy? Only time will tell👍🏼
Next job weed the Leek seedlings area.
Whatever your plans or jobs for the weekend, have a lovely weekend x
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